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Maternal Responsiveness to Infants in Three Societies: The United States, France, and Japan

Maternal Responsiveness to Infants in Three Societies: The United States, France, and Japan,10.2307/1131235,Child Development,Marc H. Bornstein,Cather

Maternal Responsiveness to Infants in Three Societies: The United States, France, and Japan   (Citations: 59)
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Journal: Child Development - CHILD DEVELOP , vol. 63, no. 4, 1992
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    • ...(1992) compared maternal responsiveness to infant activity in the home in the US, France and Japan...

    Koichi Negayamaet al. Japan–France–US comparison of infant weaning from mother’s viewpoint

    • ...These include parental warmth and acceptance (Rohner 1986), parental sensitivity and responsiveness (Bornstein 1989), the use of firm but positive discipline (Steinberg 2000), the avoidance of harsh and demeaning punishment (Gershoff 2002a; Kelly 2000), and exposure to a rich array of materials and social encounters (Bradley et al. 2001a, b). However, a great deal of this research has been conducted using measures and conceptual frameworks ...
    • ...It is a classic case of the same functions taking different forms in different contexts (Bornstein 1989)...
    • ...Responsiveness, defined in this broad way, has consistently been associated with positive socioemotional development and, to a lesser degree, cognitive functioning (Bornstein 1989)...

    Leanne Whiteside-Mansellet al. Parenting and Preschool Child Development: Examination of Three Low-In...

    • ...Because the past, present, and future of a process of development can be considered simultaneously, event history modeling is recognized as a tool permitting the examination of stability and transitional changes (Blossfeld & Rohwer, 2002)...
    • ...Allison, 1984; Blossfeld & Rohwer, 2002; Palloni & Sorensen, 1990)...
    • ...Therefore, transition rate is an index of the “propensity” for possible future events to occur, rather than of their realization (Blossfeld & Rohwer, 2002)...
    • ...Significant interactions were included in the model to correct for the violation of the proportional hazards assumption (Blossfeld & Rohwer, 2002)...

    Hui-Chin Hsuet al. Stability and Transitions in Mother-Infant Face-to-Face Communication ...

    • ...The supporting role of maternal contingent response in the development of infant affect, attachment, attention, cognition, language, and play behavior is well documented (e.g., Blehar, Lieberman, & Ainsworth, 1977; Bornstein & Tamis-LeMonda, 1989, 1997; Nicely, Tamis-LeMonda, & Bornstein, 1999; Tamis-LeMonda et al., 2001)...
    • ...For example, Bornstein and Tamis-LeMonda (1997) failed to find a predictive association between maternal responsiveness (indexed by the combination of maternal physical and verbal responses) to infant nondistress signals (indexed by a composite measure of social gazing, object exploration, and nondistress vocalization) assessed at 5 months and infant language comprehension measured at 13 months...

    Hui-Chin Hsuet al. Social Regulatory Effects of Infant Nondistress Vocalization on Matern...

    • ...Nonetheless, clarifying the relations often requires examining the details with which certain processes are enacted, including their frequency of occurrence, within each group (Bornstein et al., 1992)...
    • ...For even basic caregiving activities, such as soothing a baby, there are characteristic differences in the strategies used in different ethnic groups (Bornstein et al., 1992; McAdoo, 1997)...

    Robert H. Bradleyet al. The Home Environments of Children in the United States Part I: Variati...

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