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23:2, 2010

Early Intervention Approaches to Enhance the Peer-Related Social Competence of Young Children With Developmental Delays: A Historical Perspective
by Michael J. Guralnick, PhD


23:1, 2010

Response to Intervention and the Pyramid Model
by Lise Fox, PhD; Judith Carta, PhD; Phillip S. Strain, PhD; Glen Dunlap, PhD; Mary Louise Hemmeter, PhD


22:4, 2009

Educating Pediatric Residents About Developmental and Social-Emotional Health
by Sarah C. Bauer, MD; Peter J. Smith, MD, MA; Alyna T. Chien, MD, MS; Anita D. Berry, MSN, CNP/APN; Michael E. Msall, MD


22:3, 2009

Let’s Be PALS: An Evidence-Based Approach to Professional Development
by Carl J. Dunst and Carol M. Trivette


22:3, 2009

The Application of a Transdisciplinary Model for Early Intervention Services
by Gillian King, PhD; Deborah Strachan, MRC; Michelle Tucker, MClSc (OT); Betty Duwyn, BSc (PT); Sharon Desserud, BSc (PT); Monique Shillington, BScN (RN)


22:2, 2009

Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Early Intervention Professional Development in Multiple Disabilities Through Distance Education
by Deborah Chen, PhD; M. Diane Klein, PhD, CCC-SLP; Lavada Minor, PhD


22:2, 2009

Providing Early Intervention Within Natural Environments A Cross-cultural Comparison
by Anja Rantala, PhD; Sanna Uotinen, MEd; R. A. McWilliam, PhD


21:4, 2008

Communicating About Autism: Decreasing Fears and Stresses Through Parent-Professional Partnerships
by Larry A. Gray, Emily R. Msall, and Michael E. Msall


21:4, 2008

Gathering and Giving Information With Families
by Juliann J. Woods and David P. Lindeman


21:3, 2008

Factors Related to the Scope of Early Intervention Service Coordinator Practices
by Mary Beth Bruder, PhD; Carl J. Dunst, PhD


21:3, 2008

Updating Hearing Screening Practices in Early Childhood Settings
by William D. Eiserman, PhD; Lenore Shisler, MS; Terry Foust, AuD; Jan Buhrmann, PhD; Randi Winston, AuD; Karl White, PhD


21:2, 2008

Adaptation Interventions to Promote Participation in Natural Settings
by Philippa H. Campbell, Suzanne Milbourne, and M. Jeanne Wilcoxl


21:2, 2008

The Social Role of Imitation in Autism: Implications for the Treatment of Imitation Deficits
by Brooke Ingersoll


21:1, 2008

Crossing Borders With Head Start: Commonalities and Differences Between Head Start and Early Childhood Programs in Developing Countries
by Pia Rebello Britto, PhD; Walter S. Gilliam, PhD


21:1, 2008

Issues for the Learning Community
by Martha Zaslow, PhD


21:1, 2007

Family Routines and Rituals: A Context for Development in the Lives of Young Children
by Mary Spagnola, PhD; Barbara H. Fiese, PhD


20:4, 2007

Screening Infant Mental Health Indicators: An Early Head Start Initiative
by Kathleen M. Baggett, PhD; Leslie Warlen, MPH; Jenny L. Hamilton, MA; Jennifer L. Roberts, MC; Martha Staker, MA, MS


20:3, 2007

“Let Me Just Tell You What I Do All Day. . . ”: The Family Story at the Center of Intervention Research and Practice
by Lucinda P. Bernheimer and Thomas S. Weisner


20:3, 2007

Children and Youth With Disabilities and Public Health: A Model Syllabus for Health Professionals
by Donna M. Noyes-Grosser


20:2, 2007

Supporting Children to Participate Successfully in Everyday Life by Using Sensory Processing Knowledge
by Winnie Dunn


20:2, 2007

MOVE: Systematic Programming for Early Motor Intervention
by Keith W. Whinnery and Stacie B. Whinnery

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20:1, 2007

Developmental Outcomes of Children Born After Assisted Reproductive Technologies
by Jane Squires and Paul Kaplan


20:1, 2007

Providing Web-based Support for Families of Infants and Young Children With Established Disabilities
by Anat Zaidman-Zait and Janet R. Jamieson


19:4, 2006

Social-Emotional Development of Infants and Young Children With Orofacial Clefts
by Brent R. Collett and Matthew L. Speltz


19:4, 2006

Activity-focused Motor Interventions for Infants and Young Children With Neurological Conditions
by Joanne Valvano and Mary Jane Rapport


19:3, 2006

Sound Beginnings: Supporting Families of Young Deaf Children With Cochlear Implants
by Jean L. DesJardin, Laurie S. Eisenberg, and Robert M. Hodapp


19:3, 2006

Critical Connections for Children Who are Abused and Neglected: Harnessing the New Federal Referral Provisions for Early Intervention
by Sheryl Dicker and Elysa Gordon


19:2, 2006

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Can It be Recognized and Treated in Children Younger Than 5 Years?
by Mark L. Wolraich, MD


19:2, 2006

Nonpharmacological Interventions for Preschoolers With ADHD: The Case for Specialized Parent Training
by Edmund J. S. Sonuga-Barke, PhD; Margaret Thompson, MD; Howard Abikoff, PhD; Rachel Klein, MD; Laurie Miller Brotman, PhD


19:1, 2006

Prevention and Intervention for the Challenging Behaviors of Toddlers and Preschoolers
by Diane Powell, PhD; Glen Dunlap, PhD; Lise Fox, PhD

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19:1, 2006

Families and Genetic Diagnoses in the Genomic and Internet Age
by Debra Skinner, PhD; Rebecca Schaffer, BA

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18:4, 2005

Multiple Births: The Experience of Learning in Infant-Parent Psychotherapy
by Marian Birch, DMH; Lisa Mennet, MS; Quen Zorrah, MS


18:4, 2005

Training in Infant Mental Health: Educating the Reflective Practitioner
by Donna R. Weston, PhD


18:3, 2005

Augmentative Communication and Early Intervention Myths and Realities
by MaryAnn Romski, PhD, CCC-SLP; Rose A. Sevcik, PhD

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18:3, 2005

Exploring Mental Health Outcomes for Low-income Mothers of Children With Special Needs Implications for Policy and Practice
by Chrishana M. Lloyd, PhD; Elisa Rosman, PhD


18:2, 2005

Early Intervention in Autism
by Christina M. Corsello, PhD

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18:2, 2005

The Emerging Down Syndrome Behavioral Phenotype in Early Childhood Implications for Practice by Deborah J. Fidler, PhD


18:1, 2005

Head Start's Lasting Benefits by W. Steven Barnett, PhD; Jason T. Hustedt, PhD


18:1, 2005

Spectrum of Early Intervention Services for Children With Intrauterine Drug Exposure by Harolyn M. E. Belcher, MD, MHS; Arlene M. Butz, MSN, ScD, RN; Pamela Wallace, PhD; Alexander H. Hoon, MD, MPH; Elsie Reinhardt, CPNP; Sharon A. Reeves, MAS, MSN, RN; Margaret B. Pulsifer, PhD


17:4, 2004

Early Motor Intervention: The Need for New Treatment Paradigms
by Gerald Mahoney, PhD; Cordelia Robinson, PhD, RN; Frida Perales, MEd

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17:4, 2004

Early Intervention in Deafness and Autism: One Family’s Experiences, Reflections, and Recommendations
by Katharine Beals, PhD

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17:3, 2004

Understanding the Emergence of Behavior Problems in Young Children With Developmental Delays
Keith Crnic, PhD, Casey Hoffman, PhD, Catherine Gaze, PhD, and Craig Edelbrock, PhD


17:3, 2004

Building a System of Care for Children With Special Healthcare Needs
Richard N. Roberts, PhD, Diane D. Behl, MEd, and Adrienne L. Akers, M


17:2, 2004

Detecting and Managing Developmental and Behavioral Problems in Infants and Young Children - The Potential Role of the DSM-PC by Dennis Drotar, PhD


17:2, 2004

Strengthening Social and Emotional Competence in Young Children-The Foundation for Early School Readiness and Success - Incredible Years Classroom Social Skills and Problem-Solving Curriculum
by Carolyn Webster-Stratton, PhD and M. Jamila Reid, PhD


17:1, 2004

Self-Directed Learning of Child-Care Skills by Parents With Intellectual Disabilities
by Maurice A. Feldman, PhD

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17:1, 2004

Childcare Patterns and Issues for Families of Preschool Children With Disabilities
by Cathryn Booth-LaForce, PhD; Jean F. Kelly, PhD

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16:4, 2004

Integrating Assistive Technology Into an Outcome-Driven Model of Service Delivery
by Toby Long, PhD, PT; Larke Huang, PhD; Michelle Woodbridge, PhD; Maria Woolverton, BA; Jean Minkel, MA, PT


16:4, 2004

The SCERTS Model - A Transactional, Family-Centered Approach to Enhancing Communication and Socioemotional Abilities of Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder
by Barry M. Prizant, PhD; Amy M. Wetherby, PhD; Emily Rubin, MS; Amy C. Laurent, OTR-L

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16:3, 2004

Building New Dreams: Supporting Parents’ Adaptation toTheir Child With Special Needs
by Douglas Barnett, PhD; Melissa Clements, PhD; Melissa Kaplan-Estrin, PhD; Janice Fialka, MSW, ACSW


16:3, 2004

Toddlers With Autism: Developmental Perspectives
by Linda R. Watson, EdD; Grace T. Baranek, PhD; Pamela C. DiLavore, PhD

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16:2, 2004

Genetic Syndromes of Mental Retardation: Should They Matter for the Early Interventionist?

by Robert M. Hodapp, PhD, Jean L. DesJardin, MS and Leila A. Ricci, MA


16:2, 2004

Emotional Expressions of Young Infants and Children: A Practitioner’s Primer

by Margaret Wolan Sullivan, PhD and Michael Lewis, PhD


16:1, 2004

Teaching Parents New Skills to Support Their Young Children's Development
by Ann P. Kaiser, PhD; Terry B. Hancock, PhD

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16:1, 2004

Parent-Child Interaction When Babies Have Down Syndrome: The Perceptions of Taiwanese Mothers
by Jeanette A. McCollum, Ph.D. and Yu-Jun Chen, Ph.D.

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