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    edited by Gisèle Apter, Emmanuel Devouche, Maya Gratier.
    Summary: This first book of a two-volume series describes current research and state of the art clinical practice the shed light on the developmental origins of psychopathology in the first year of life, i.e. approximately up to the emergence of secondary intersubjectivity and/or walking. The second volume explores the interactional underpinnings of psychopathology in toddlerhood, from the time of voluntarily gross motor functioning to the emergence and basic organization of symbolic language at 24-30 months. A comprehensive approach is adopted, focusing on the fundamentally interactive nature of early development and examining interactions both with caregivers and more broadly with the socio-cultural environment. The books describe the processes involved in psychopathological trajectories and provide clinical insight into tailored, culturally sensitive therapeutic care in diverse environments. This volume discusses in detail situations placing the infant at risk and the nature of infant development, including communication, intersubjectivity, functional development, and affective and emotional development. Culturally and socially sensitive approaches to psychopathology are examined, with examples of specific infant- and family-centered therapies. Information on risk of abuse and neglect and infant protection policies is included.

    Introduction.-Historical View
    Part 1: At risk situations: The MRM Model and Infants' Implicit Relational Knowing
    Parental Pathology
    During Pregnancy
    Premature Parents
    Immediate Peripartum Psychopathology
    Part 2: Early Fetal and Infant Development: The Beginning of Parent-Infant Communication.-Mothers and Fathers Interactions with Sons and Daughters
    Early Rhythms Development
    Affective and Emotional Development
    Part 3:Early Assessment: NBAS
    Early Psychomotor Assessment.-0-3
    Assessing Early Interactions
    Conclusion: Therapeutic Perspectives.
    Digital Access Springer 2019