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Collaborative regulations of vitality in early childhood : stress in intimate relationships and postnatal psychopathology

Trevarthen, Colwyn and Aitken, Kenneth and Vandekerckhove, Marie and Delafield-Butt, Jonathan and Nagy, Emese (2006) Collaborative regulations of vitality in early childhood : stress in intimate relationships and postnatal psychopathology. In: Developmental Psychopathology. John Wiley and Sons Limited, New York. ISBN 978-0-471-23735-8

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Abstract

This chapter discusses stress in intimate relationships and postnatal psychopathology. It is part of a collection which features contributions from international expert researchers and clinicians who bring together an array of interdisciplinary work to ascertain how multiple levels of analysis may influence individual differences, the continuity or discontinuity of patterns and the pathways by which the same developmental outcomes may be achieved.