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Infant Assessment

1st Edition

By M. Virginia Wyly

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Description

Infancy is one of the most fascinating periods in the human life cycle. In two short years, infants become thinking, speaking, social beings. As this book explains, over the past three decades, researchers and clinicians have developed an array of assessment methods for measuring infant development and diagnosing infants with developmental delays.T

Table of Contents

1 Infant Assessment: Overview, 2 Neonatal Assessment, 3 Infant Screening, 4 Assessment of Infant Cognition, 5 Assessing Information Processing, 6 Play Assessment, 7 Assessing Parent-Infant Interactions, 8 Measuring Infant Emotion and Temperament, 9 Assessment of Developmental Status: Issues and New Directions

About the Author

M. Virginia Wyly is professor of psychology at the State University College at Buffalo. Currently project director of the NICU Training Project, she is also the coauthor of Stress and Coping in the NICU and author of the text Developmental Interventions for Premature Infants and Their Families.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
SOC000000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / General
SOC026000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Sociology / General