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Mette Vaever @ NFSU

Mette diskuterade sitt CIMHP projekt på NFSU – ett av instrumenten är ADBB, Alarm Distress Baby Scale, och ett annat som används är CIB, Feldmans metod att bedöma samspel

http://gondabrain.ls.biu.ac.il/Ruth-Feldman/?page_id=346

Publikationer om CIB:

CIB Publications
1. Feldman, R. (1998). Coding interactive behavior manual. Unpublished Manual; Bar-Ilan University, Israel.

2. Apter-Levy, Y., Feldman, M., Vakart, A., Ebstein, R.P., & Feldman, R. (in press). Maternal depression from birth to six impacts child mental health, empathy, and social engagement: The moderating role of Oxytocin. American Journal of Psychiatry doi: 10.1176/appi.ajp.2013.12121597

3. Dollberg, D., Feldman, R., Tyano, S., & Keren, M. (2013). Maternal representation and relational behavior following dyadic psychotherapy: A longitudinal investigation. Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy. In press

4. Feldman, R., Vengrober, A., Rothman, M., & Zagoory-Sharon, O. (2013). Stress reactivity in war-exposed young children with and without PTSD: Relations to maternal stress hormones, parenting, and child emotionality and regulation. Development and Psychopathology. In press- July

5. Feldman, R., Bamberger, E., & Kanat-Maymon, Y. (2013). Parent-specific reciprocity from infancy to adolescence shapes children’s social competence and dialogical skills. Attachment and Human Development. DOI:10.1080/14616734.2013.782650

6. Feldman, R., Gordon, I., Influs, M., Gutbir, T., & Ebstein, R.P. (2013). Parental oxytocin and early caregiving jointly shape children’s oxytocin response and social reciprocity. Neuropsychopharmacology. doi: 10.1038/npp.2013.22. [Epub ahead of print]

7. Kim, P., Mayes, L.C., Swain, J.E., Feldman, R., & Leckman, J.F. (2013). Early postpartum parental preoccupations and positive parenting thoughts: Relationship with parent-infant interaction. Infant Mental Health Journal, 34, 104-116

8. Feldman, R. (2012). Parenting behavior as the environment where children grow. In L. C. Mayes and M. Lewis (Eds.). A Developmental Environment Measurement Handbook. (pp.535-567). New York; Cambridge University Press.

9. Feldman, R., Zagoory-Sharon, O., Maoz, R., Weisman, O., Gordon, I., Schneiderman, I., Shalev, I., & Ebstein, R. P. (2012). Sensitive parenting is associated with plasma oxytocin and polymorphisms in the Oxytocin receptor (OXTR) and CD38 genes. Biological Psychiatry, 72, 175-181.

10. Viaux-Savelon, S., Dommergues, M., Rosenblum, O., Bodeau, N., Aidane, E., Phillippon, O., Mazet, P., Vibert-Guigue, C., Vauthier-Brouzes, D., Feldman, R., & Cohen, D. (2012). Prenatal ultrasound screening: False positive soft markers may alter maternal representations and mother-infant interactions. PLoSOne,2012;7(1):e30935

11. Schneiderman, I., Zagoory-Sharon, O., Leckman, J. F., & Feldman, R., (2012). Oxytocin at the first stages of romantic attachment: Relations to couples’ interactive reciprocity. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 37, 1277-1285

12. De Schuymer, L., De Groote, I., Desoete, A., & Roeyers, H. (2012). Gaze aversion during social interaction in preterm infants: A function of attention skills? Infant Behavior and Development, 35, 129-139

13. Weisman, O., Magori-Cohen, R., Louzoun, Y., Eidelman, A. I., & Feldman, R. (2011). Sleep-wake transitions in premature neonates predict development across the first years of life. Pediatrics. 128, 706-714.

14. Feldman, R. & Vengrober, A. (2011). Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in infants and young children exposed to war-related trauma. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 50, 645-658.

15. Paris, R.Bolton, R.E., & Spielman, E. (2011). Evaluating a home-based dyadic intervention: Changes in postpartum depression, maternal perceptions, and mother-infant interactions. Infant Mental Health Journal, 32, 319-338

16. Kim, P., Feldman, R., Leckman, J. F., Mayes, L. C., & Swain, J. E. (2011). Breastfeeding, mothers’ brain activation to own infant stimuli, and maternal sensitivity. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 52, 907-915.

17. Sleed, M., James, J., Baradon, T., Newbery, J., & Fonagy, P. (2011). A psychotherapeutic baby clinic in a hostel for homeless families: Practice and evaluation. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 1, 1-18

18. Feldman, R., Dollberg, D., & Nadam, R. (2011). The expression and regulation of anger in toddlers: Relations to maternal behavior and mental representations. Infant Behavior and Development, 34, 310-320.

19. Keren, M., Dollberg, D., Kosteff, T., Danino, K., & Feldman, R. (2010). Family functioning and mother-child relational patterns in the context of infant psychopathology. Journal of Family Psychology, 24, 597-604.

20. Gordon, I., Zagoory, O., Leckman, J. F., & Feldman, R. (2010). Oxytocin and the development of parenting in humans. Biological Psychiatry, 68, 377-382

21. Feldman, R. (2011). Maternal touch and the developing infant. In M. Hertenstein and S. Weiss (Eds.). Handbook of Touch. (pp.373-407). New York: Springer

22. Feldman, R. & Masalha, S. (2010). Parent-child and triadic antecedents of children’s social competence: Cultural specificity, universal process. Developmental Psychology, 46, 455-467

23. Feldman, R. (2010). The relational basis of adolescent adjustment: Trajectories of mother-child relational patterns from infancy to adolescence shape adolescents’ adaptation. Attachment and Human Development, 12, 173-192.

24. Dollberg, D., Feldman, R., & Keren, M. (2010). Maternal representations, child psychiatric status, and mother-child relationship in clinic-referred and non-referred infants. European Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 19, 25-36

25. Paris, R., Bolton, R. E., & Weinberg, M. K. (2009). Postpartum depression, suicidality, and mother-infant interactions. Archives of Women’s Mental Health, 12, 309-21

26. Feldman, R., Granat, A., Kaneti, H., Pariente, C., Kuint, J., & Gilboa-Schechtman, E. (2009). Maternal depression and anxiety across the first year and infant social engagement, fear regulation, and stress management. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 48, 919-927

27. Silberstein, D., Feldman, R., Gardner, J. M., Karmel, B. Z., Kuint, J, & Geva, R. (2009). The relational basis of feeding problems in low-risk premature infants across the first year. Infancy, 14, 501-525

28. Feldman, R. & Eidelman, A. I. (2009). Triplets from birth to five years: The discordant infant at birth remains at cognitive, social, and emotional risk. Pediatrics, 124, 316-323.

29. Silberstein, D., Geva, R., Feldman, R., Gardner, J. M., Karmel, B. Z., Rozen, C. & Kuint, J. (2009). The transition to oral feeding in low-risk premature infants: Relations to neonatal neurobehavioral status and mother-infant feeding interaction. Early Human Development, 85, 157-162

30. Feldman, R., & Eidelman, A. I. (2009). Biological and environmental initial conditions shape the trajectories cognitive and social-emotional development across the first five years of life. Developmental Science, 12, 194-200.

31. Goldstein-Ferber, S. & Feldman, R. & Makhoul, I. R. (2008). The development of maternal touch across the first year of life. Early Human Development, 84, 363-370

32. Feldman, R., Weller, A., Zagoory-Sharon, O., & Levine, A. (2007). Evidence for a neuroendocrinological foundation for human affiliation; Plasma oxytocin levels across pregnancy and the postpartum predict maternal-infant bonding. Psychological Science, 18, 965-970.

33. Feldman, R (2007). Maternal versus child’s risk and the development of parent-infant and family relationships in five high-risk populations. Development and Psychopathology, 19, 293-312.

34. Feldman, R. & Eidelman, A. I. (2007). Maternal postpartum behavior and the emergence of infant-mother and infant-father synchrony in preterm and full-term infants: The role of neonatal vagal tone. Developmental Psychobiology, 49, 290-302

35. Feldman, R. (2007). Mother-infant contact and child development; Insights from the Kangaroo intervention. In L. L’Abate, D. D. Embry, & S. M. Baggett (Eds.) Handbook of low-cost interventions to promote physical and mental health. (pp. 323-351). New York; Springer

36. Feldman, R., & Masalha, S. (2007). The role of culture in moderating the links between early ecological risk and young children’s adaptation. Development and Psychopathology, 19, 1-21.

37. Klein, P. S., & Feldman, R. (2007). Mothers’ and caregivers’ interactive and teaching behavior with toddlers. Early Child Development and Care, 177, 383-402.

38. Keren, M., Ron-Miara, A., Feldman, R., & Tyano, S. (2006). Some reflections on infancy-onset trichotillomania. Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 61,254-272.

39. Feldman, R., & Eidelman, A. I. (2006). Neonatal state organization, neuro- maturation, mother-infant relationship, and the cognitive development of small-for-gestational-age premature infants. Pediatrics, 118, e869-e878.

40. Dollberg, D., Feldman, R., Keren, M., & Gudeney, A. (2006). Sustained withdrawal behavior in clinic-referred and non-referred infants. Infant Mental Health Journal, 27, 292-309.

41. Feldman, R., & Eidelman, A. I. (2006). Neonatal state organization, neuro-maturation, mother-infant relationship, and the cognitive development of small-for-gestational-age premature infants. Pediatrics, 118, e869-e878.

42. Eidelman, A. I. & Feldman, R. (2006). Triplet birth and infant development; The impact of intrauterine growth and mother-infant interaction on the infant’s emotional and cognitive growth. Zero to Three, May 2006, 23-28.

43. Goldstein-Ferber, S. & Feldman, R. (2005). Delivery pain and the development of mother-infant interactions. Infancy, 8, 43-62.

44. Keren, M., Feldman, R., Namdari-Weinbaum, I., Spitzer S., & Tyano S. (2005). Symbolic play in toddlers: Relations with dyadic and triadic parent-child play interaction styles, child characteristics, and marital satisfaction. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 75, 599-607.

45. Feldman, R., & Eidelman, A. I. (2005). Does a triplet birth pose a special risk for infant development? Assessing cognitive development in relation to intrauterine growth and mother-infant interaction across the first two. Pediatrics, 115, 443-452.

46. Goldstein-Ferber, S., Feldman, R., Kohelet, D., Kuint, J., Dolberg, S., Arbel, E. & Weller, A. (2005). Massage therapy facilitates mother-infant interaction in premature infants. Infant Behavior and Development, 28, 74-81.

47. Feldman, R., Eidelman, A. I., & Rotenberg, N. (2004). Parenting stress, infant emotion regulation, maternal sensitivity, and the cognitive development of triplets; A model for parent and child influences in a unique ecology. Child Development, 75, 1774-1791.

48. Feldman, R., Keren, M., Gross-Rozval, O., Tyano, S. (2004). Mother and child’s touch patterns in infant feeding disorders; Relation to maternal, child, and environmental factors. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 43, 1089-1097.

49. Feldman, R. & Keren, M. (2004). Expanding the scope of infant mental health assessment: A community-based approach. In Del-Carmen-Wiggins, R. & Carter, A.S. (Eds.) Handbook of Infant Mental Health Assessment. (pp. 443-465). Cambridge: Oxford Press.

50. Feldman, R. (2004). Mother-infant skin-to-skin contact; Theoretical, clinical, and empirical aspects. Infants and Young Children, 17, 145-161.

51. Feldman, R., & Klein, P. S. (2003). Toddlers’ self-regulated compliance with mother, caregiver, and father: Implications for theories of socialization. Developmental Psychology, 39, 680-692.

52. Keren, M., Feldman, R., & Tyano, S. (2003). Israeli experience with the DC 0-3 classification. Infant Mental Health Journal, 24, 337-348.

53. Feldman, R., & Eidelman, A. I. (2003). Direct and indirect effects of maternal milk on the neurobehavioral and cognitive development of premature infants Developmental Psychobiology, 43, 109-119.

54. Feldman, R., Weller, A., Sirota, L. & Eidelman, AI. (2003). Testing a family intervention hypothesis: The Contribution of mother-infant skin-to-skin contact (Kangaroo Care) to family interaction and touch. Journal of Family Psychology, 17, 94-107.

55. Keren, M., Feldman, R., Eidelman, A.I., Sirota, L., & Lester, B. (2003). Clinical Interview for high-risk parents of premature infants (CLIP): Relations to mother-infant interaction. Infant Mental Health Journal, 24, 93-110. (Newborn CIB)

56. Feldman, R., & Eidelman, A. I. (2003). Direct and indirect effects of maternal milk on the neurobehavioral and cognitive development of premature infants Developmental Psychobiology, 43, 109-119. (Newborn CIB)

57. Feldman, R., Eidelman, AI, Sirota, L. & Weller, A. (2002). Comparison of Skin-to-Skin (Kangaroo) and Traditional Care: Parenting Outcomes and Preterm Infant Development. Pediatrics, 110, 16-26.

58. Keren, M. & Feldman, R. (2002). The role of feeding interaction assessment in the routine psychiatric evaluation of the infant. Devenir, 14, 5-16 (French).

59. Feldman, R., Masalha, S., & Nadam, R. (2001). Cultural perspective on work and family: Dual-earner Israeli-Jewish and Arab families at the transition to parenthood. Journal of Family Psychology, 15, 492-509.

60. Keren, M., Feldman, R., & Tyano, S. (2001). Emotional disturbances in infancy: Diagnostic classification and interactive patterns of infants referred to a community-based infant mental health clinic. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 40, 27-35.

61. Feldman, R. (2000). Parents’ convergence on sharing and marital satisfaction, father involvement, and parent-child relationship at the transition to parenthood. Infant Mental Health Journal, 21, 176-191.

62. Keren, M., Feldman, R. & Tyano, S. (1999). Clinical applications of research tools for the psychiatric evaluation and treatment of young children. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 8, 281-296.

63. Mayes, L. C., Feldman, R., Granger, R. H., Haynes, M. O., Bornstein, M. H., & Schottenfeld, R. (1997). The effects of polydrug use with and without cocaine on mother-infant interaction at 3 and 6 months. Infant Behavior and Development, 20, 489-502.

64. Feldman, R., Greenbaum, C. W., Mayes, L. C.,& Erlich, H. S. (1997). Change in motherinfant interactive behavior: Relations to change in the mother, the infant, and the social context. Infant Behavior and Development, 20, 153165.

65. Feldman, R. & Reznick, J. S. (1996). Maternal perception of infant intentionality at 4 and 8 months. Infant Behavior and Development, 19, 485498.

66. Feldman, R. & Blatt, S. J. (1996). Precursors of relatedness and selfdefinition in motherinfant interaction. In J. Masling & R.F. Bornstein (Eds.). Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Developmental Psychology. (pp.142). Washington DC: American Psychological Association.

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