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Research & Reviews 24 results
International Journal of Gynecological Pathology : Offici... Saleh MM, Mallmann MR et. al.
Mar 31st, 2021 - Although extremely rare, uterine damage after hysteroscopic myomectomy sets the precondition for various life-threatening placental attachment disorders like placenta percreta (PP) or scar pregnancy. Due to vast clinical similarities, these terms ...
Assessment Monette S, Cyr C et. al.
Jan 1st, 2021 - A review of the scientific literature showed few valid tools for assessing reactive attachment disorder (RAD) and disinhibited social engagement disorder (DSED), two diagnostic entities traditionally grouped under "attachment disorders." The Early...
Infant Behavior & Development; Williams LR, Turner PR
Dec 27th, 2019 - Infants of adolescent mothers have a greater risk of developing insecure attachment types and attachment disorders into adulthood. Previous research suggests that skin-to-skin contact predicts secure attachment; however, it is largely unknown whet...
Comprehensive Psychiatry; Schröder M, Lüdtke J et. al.
Nov 11th, 2019 - Currently, attachment quality and attachment disorder exist in parallel, but the mutual association is still insufficiently clarified. For policy makers and clinical experts, it can be difficult to differentiate between these constructs, but the d...
Journal of Pediatric Health Care : Official Publication O... Hornor G
Aug 27th, 2019 - The ability to form attachments with other human beings is an essential skill that typically begins early in life. The parent/caregiver-child relationship is the first crucial relationship that an infant forms, and the health of this relationship ...
News 2 results
Nov 21st, 2016 - Evidence-based, family-focused therapy has proven benefits for emotional, behavioral, and relationship problems among young children, but few get the interventions, according to a new policy statement issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics (...
Children with ADHD often have social deficits, difficulties in developing peer relationships, and what Dr. Hardan described as “poor coherence between visual and verbal behaviors.