By Arnold Sameroff
Initially proposed in 1975, the transactional version has develop into relevant to our figuring out of the way nature and nurture engage within the improvement of confident and destructive results for kids. This ebook files the examine in developmental psychology for overcoming the inadequacies of the version and provides principles for the long run.
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The results demonsttate that maternal perception of 7-month-olds' crying as problematic was more important to toddler behavioral outcomes than was the actual amount of crying. Low-crying infants at 7 months of age whose mothets saw their crying as problematic went on to have worse behavioral outcomes than high-crying infants whose mothers did not see their crying as problematic. Representations and Their Influence on Maternal Perceptions and Behavior The data thus far demonstrated that ecologically distal risk factors were contributing to negative maternal perceptions.
New York: Holt. THE TRANSACTIONAL MODEL 21 2 DESIGNS FOR TRANSACTIONAL RESEARCH ARNOLD SAMEROFF During the more than 3 decades since the transactional model was articulated, it has been referenced extensively in the developmental literature, and the Sameroff and Chandler (1975) article was selected as one of the 20 studies that revolutionized child psychology (Dixon, 2002). But from the outset a question frequently raised at scientific meetings was how to design research to test the model. Despite the many citations, there has been little empirical work explicitly examining reciprocal effects between child and context.
These worldviews, or preconceptions about human development, provide the framework that guides not only the types of questions researchers ask but also where and how they look for the answers to those questions (Levins & Lewontin, 1985). The search for direct single causes of problems is not an 36 MACKENZIE AND MCDONOUGH innocuous decision. How developmental scientists define the cause of a problem is linked to their worldview and has very real implications for where their intervention efforts are focused or even the decision of whether they will intervene at all.