3 edition of Reite Child Abuse - the Nonhuman Primate Data found in the catalog.
Reite Child Abuse - the Nonhuman Primate Data
September 28, 1983
by John Wiley & Sons Inc
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||200|
Crying and Infant Abuse in Rhesus Monkeys. Dario Maestripieri, Tanja Jovanovicr and Harold Gouzoules. This study investigated the relation between crying and infant abuse in group-living rhesus monkeys QMacaca mulatta).The subjects were 10 abusive mothers . AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association). J Am Vet Med Assoc. (2)– AWI (Animal Welfare Institute). Environmental Enrichment for Nonhuman Primates: An Annotated Bibliography for Animal Care Personnel.
Curriculum Vitae Joan B. Silk School of Human Evolution and Social Change Arizona State University B. Journal Publications and Book Chapters Silk, J.B. Silk, J.B. Review of Child Abuse: the Nonhuman Primate Data, edited by M. Reite and N.G. Caine. American Anthropologist . Nonhuman primates have been used to model many of these human disorders because behavioral measurements taken on humans can be taken on monkeys and linked to CNS functioning. Early nonhuman primate investigations provide support for the stress-diathesis hypothesis of by: 2.
In Reite M, Fields T (eds): The Psychobiology of Attachment and Separation. Orlando, Academic Press, Field T: Interaction and attachment in normal and atypical infants. J Consult Clin Psychol , [Abstract] Finkelhor D, Brown A: The traumatic nature of child sexual abuse. Am J Orthopsychiatry , whether actual data obtained from nonhuman primates have added measurably to our understand-ing of human development is another matter The record to date has not been particularly impressive. To be sure, there are a few findings derived from nonhuman primates that have clearly advanced knowledge of human development [Cites affection.
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In M. Reite and N. Caine (Eds.), Child Abuse: The Nonhuman Primate Data. Alan R. Liss, New York. Click to enlarge. Book chapter published in a Child Development book.
Mitchell, G. and C. Shively. Experimental and naturalistic studies of nonhuman primate and other animal families, pp. Author(s): Caine,Nancy; Reite,Martin; American Society of Primatologists. Title(s): Child abuse, the nonhuman primate data/ editors, Martin Reite, Nancy Caine.
[Review of Child Abuse: the nonhuman primate data (Martin Reite & Nancy Caine, Eds.)]. Contemporary Psychology, 29, Baldwin, D. [Review of Preschool Children with Working Parents: An analysis of attachment relationships (by Nancy Boyd Webb)].
Child Development Abstracts and Bibliography, 59, Baldwin, D. Suomi SJ, Ripp C () A history of motherless mother monkey mothering at the University of Wisconsin Primate Laboratory. In: Reite M, Caine NG (eds) Child abuse, the nonhuman primate data. Alan R Liss, New York.
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Learn more. The most extensive data on infant maltreatment by nonhuman primates comes from laboratory settings (Suomi, ). The incidence of infant neglect or abuse by biological primate parents in feral environments is relatively rare (Hrdy, ).
Care and exploitation of nonhuman primate infants by conspecifics other than the mother. In D. Child abuse in humans: A clinician's view, by J. Rogers. Infant abuse in captive pig-tailed macaques: Relevance to human child abuse, by N.
Caine, & M. Reite. Joan Silk moved to ASU's School of Human Evolution and Social Change infrom University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). She is interested in how natural selection shapes the evolution of social behavior in primates.
Most of Silk's empirical work has focused on the behavioral and reproductive strategies of female baboon. If this is the first time you use this feature, you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account.
Find out more about sending content to Google Drive. A Biosocial Theory of Social Stratification Derived from the Concepts of Pro/Antisociality and r/K SelectionCited by: 9. A new nonhuman primate model of alcohol abuse: Effects of early experience, personality, and stress on alcohol consumption.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, Author: Stephen J. Suomi. Irwin S Bernstein. University of Child abuse: The nonhuman primate data, by Martin Reite and Nancy G.
Caine (eds). Alan R. Liss, Inc. Inc.: (Book Reviews: Primate Ecology and Human Origins. Child Abuse: The Nonhuman Primate Data. Martin Reite and Nancy G.
Caine, eds. New York: Alan R. Liss, xiii + pp. $ (cloth). NORA GROCE Harvard University and The Childrenâ s Hospital of Boston The social and medical recognition of child abuse as a distinct phenomenon is a relatively recent occurrence. Nonhuman primate (NHP) studies have been extensively utilized to test this model.
NHPs are especially useful for studying effects of early experience, because many aspects of NHP infancy are similar to humans, whereas development occurs at an accelerated rate and therefore allows for more rapid assessment of experimental by: The implications of this case for the development of a nonhuman primate model of child abuse are examined in the light of human data clearly showing attachment disturbances in some child-abusing.
Experimental influences on infant abuse of gorillas and some other nonhuman primates. In M. Reite & N. Caine (Eds.), Child Abuse: The Nonhuman Primate Data (pp. New York: Alan R. Liss. (performed in when Nim was at the University of Oklahoma's Institute for Primate Studies). The book format allows a more relaxed style and.
Pages () Download full issue. Previous vol/issue. Next vol/issue. Book review Full text access The visual arts and medical education: Child abuse: The nonhuman primate data. Monographs in primatology, vol. 1: edited by Martin Reite and Nancy G.
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New York: Alan R. Liss, iii + pp. $ (cloth). Joan B. Silk Emory University Child abuse is a serious contemporary prob-lem. If child abuse is to be prevented and elim-inated, we must be able to identify potential.
The publications listed below are all in professional peer-reviewed journals which have been accepted after review by editors in the academic fields involved. and G. Mitchell. Infant-directed abuse in a semi-natural environment: Precipitating factors, pp, In M.
Reite and N. Caine (Eds.), Child Abuse: The Nonhuman primate. BIRTHPLACE: Riverside, California MARITAL STATUS: Married to Robert Boyd, 2 children CITIZENSHIP: United States ADDRESS Department of Anthropology University of California Los Angeles, CA Telephone () FAX () .Badger, Lee W., et al.
Child abuse in the Deep South: geographical modifiers of abuse characteristics. Tuscaloosa: Published for the Institute for Social Science Research by the University of .Child Abuse: The Nonhuman Primate Data by Martin Reite, Nancy G.
Caine Child Abuse: The Nonhuman Primate Data by Martin Reite, Nancy G. Caine (p. ) Review by: Nora Groce.