Work on this study was supported by National Institute of Child Health and Development grants RO1 HD42179 and KO2 HD 47505 “Prebirth predictors of early coparenting” to the first author. Earlier versions of this report were presented at the 2007 meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association in New Orleans, LA and the 2008 International Conference on Infant Studies in Vancouver, Canada. We wish to thank Meagan Carleton, Amy Alberts, Regina Kuersten-Hogan, Oliver Hartman, Rebecca Lieberson, Holly DiMario, Tamir Rotman, Kate Fish, Eleanor Chaffe, and Stephanie Giampa for their assistance with the many home visits completed for this study; Rheanne Koller, Ghysleane Berthonneau, Julia Berkman, Jessica Thompson, Kathryn Kavanaugh, Donna Elliston, Evelyn Alvarez, Chris Scull, Carleton, Alberts, Rotman and Lieberson for their clinically astute ratings of the various home assessments; J.P. Thouveny for his expert consultation and craftsmanship in designing and constructing the portable orthopedic seat used to assess infants; the many central Massachusetts families who contributed generously of their time and energy to this project; and staff and administrators at Clark University and the University of South Florida St. Petersburg who supported this work.
New Evidence for the Social Embeddedness of Infants' Early Triangular Capacities
Article first published online: 24 NOV 2008
2008 © FPI, Inc.
Volume 47, Issue 4, pages 445–463, December 2008
How to Cite
McHALE, J., FIVAZ-DEPEURSINGE, E., DICKSTEIN, S., ROBERTSON, J. and DALEY, M. (2008), New Evidence for the Social Embeddedness of Infants' Early Triangular Capacities. Family Process, 47: 445–463. doi: 10.1111/j.1545-5300.2008.00265.x
- Issue published online: 24 NOV 2008
- Article first published online: 24 NOV 2008
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