Frühe Sozialisationserfahrungen

ALLAF,S. et al.: The impact of cannabis legalization and decriminalization on acute poisoning: A systematic review

ALLINSON, J.P.: Early childhood lower respiratory tract infection and premature adult death from respiratory disease in Great Britain: a national birth cohort study

AVERDIJK, M. et al.: The relationship between quantity, type, and timing of external childcare and child problem behaviour in Switzerland.

BACHMANN, C.J. et al.: The cost of love: financial consequences of insecure attachment in antisocial youth

BÖHM, R.: Auswirkungen frühkindlicher Gruppenbetreuung auf die Entwicklung und Gesundheit von Kindern.

BRATSCH-HINES, M.E. et al.: Child Care Instability From 6 to 36 Months and the Social Adjustment of Children in Prekindergarten.

BRUNNER, B.: Das Kind in der Krippe.
Untersuchung der frühen institutionellen und außerfamiliären Betreuung und Erziehung von Säuglingen und Kleinkindern bis zum Alter von drei Jahren.

FORST,F.; ICHINO,A.; ZANELLA,G.: Cognitive and Non-cognitive-costs-of-daycare 0-2 for Girls.

FRIES, A.B.W. et al.: Neuroendocrine Dysregulation Following Early Social Deprivation in Children.

GROSSMANN, K. E., GROSSMANN,K.:Die Qualität der Bindungen und ihre Auswirkungen auf die individuelle Anpassungsfähigkeit im Lebenslauf. Vortrag Tagung Verantwortung für die Familie e.V., Burg Rothenfels, 03.07.2004.

HART, B. u. RISLEY, T.R.: The Thirty Million Word Gap.

JÄKEL, J. et al.: Resilienz im Vorschulalter: wie stark kann die familiäre Leseumwelt biologische und soziokulturelle Entwicklungsrisiken kompensieren?

LAW, B.J. et al.: The Pediatric Investigators Collaborative Network on Infections in Canada study of predictors of hospitalization for respiratory syncytial virus infection for infants born at 33 through 35 completed weeks of gestation.

NURIA,K. et al.: Early childhood deprivation is associated with alterations in adult brain structure despite subsequent environmental enrichment

NURIA,K.: The impact of early institutional deprivation on brain structure and structural covariance in young adulthood

POLLAK, S.D.: Mechanisms Linking Early Experience and the Emergence of Emotions.
Illustrations From the Study of Maltreated Children

REGNERUS, M.: Hijacking Science: How the “No Differences” Consensus about Same-Sex Households and Children Works

SPENGLER, R.: Frühkindliches Trauma programmiert für Depression.

SCHUEZ-HAVUPALO, L.: Psychosocial and environmental influences in early childhood and their relation to respiratory tract infections

LUBY, J.L. et al.: Maternal support in early childhood predicts larger hippocampal volumes at school age.

SKOPEK, J. u. PASSARETTA,G.: Socioeconomic Inequality in Children’s Achievement from Infancy to Adolescence: The Case of Germany.

STREAMER, L., SEERY, M.D.: Who am I? The interactive effect of early family experiences and self-esteem in predicting self-clarity.

Building Babies’ Brains Through Play: Mini Parenting Master Class


Antidepressiva bei Jugendlichen erhöhen das Diabetesrisiko.

Kakao verbessert Hirndurchblutung und kognitive Leistungen

PAQUETTE, A.F.:  The human milk component myo-inositol promotes neuronal connectivity

Extreme Heat Affects Early Childhood Development and Health

Depressionen führen zu Lernstörungen

BURN, F.K. et al.: Role of grandparenting in postmenopausal women's cognitive health: results from the Women's Healthy Aging Project

Extreme Heat Affects Early Childhood Development and Health


HEYMANN, M.B. et al.: Fruit Juice in Infants, Children, and Adolescents: Current Recommendations.

ISLAM, J.S. et al.: Evidence for the Association Between Adverse Childhood Family Environment, Child Abuse, and Caregiver Warmth and Cardiovascular Health Across the Lifespan: The Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) Study

Medien/Computer und Jugendgewalt

DOUGLAS, A.G.: Langzeitstudie zur Videogewalt (engl.).

HOPF, W.H. et al.: Mediengewalt und Jugendgewalt.

MÖLLER, I., KRAHE, B.: Exposure to Violent Video Games and Aggression in German Adolescents: A Longitudinal Analysis.

PFEIFFER,Ch. et al.: Computerspielabhängigkeit.

HULL, J.G. et al.: A Longitudinal Study of Risk-Glorifying Video Games and Behavioral Deviance.

RADESKY, J.S. et al.: Mobile Devices for Calming and Emotional Reactivity and Executive Functioning in Children Aged 3 to 5 Years

ZHOU,F., MONTAG,Ch. et al.: Computerspielen führt zu einer Reduktion des Hirnvolumens

TAKAHASHI,I. et al.: Screen Time .Age 1 Year and Communication and Problem-Solving Developmental Delay at 2 and 4 Years.

YAMAMOTO, M. et al.: Screen Time and Developmental Performance Among Children at 1-3 Years of Age in the Japan Environment and Children’s Study


Pletzer, B.A., Kerschbaum, H.H.: 50 years of hormonal contraception – time to find out, what it does to our brain.

CharlotteWessel Skovlund, MSc; Lina Steinrud Mørch, PhD;
Lars Vedel Kessing, MD, DMSc; Øjvind Lidegaard, MD, DMSc.: Association of Hormonal Contraception With Depression.

McKibbin, G._et_al: Prevention-enhancing interactions: a Critical interpretive Synthesis of the evidence about children who sexually abuse other children.

UN: General assembly Rejects Controversial Sex Ed Programming, Launches Anti-Bullying Campaign.

Trennung / Scheidung

MELAND; E. et al.: Divorce and conversational difficulties with parents: Impact on adolescent health and self-esteem