The effects of an early intervention on outcomes in mothers, fathers and moderately and late preterm infants during the infants' first year of life - A randomized controlled trial : Effects of the Mother-Infant Transaction Program on maternal depression, parenting stress, breastfeeding, mothers' perception of infant temperament, infants' communication skills and social interaction between mothers and preterm infants
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AbstractList of papers. Papers I-III are removed from the thesis due to copyright restrictions.
Paper I Ingrid H. Ravn, Lars Smith, Nina Aarhus Smeby, Nina Margrethe Kynø, Leiv Sandvik, Eli Haugen Bunch, Rolf Lindemann Effects of early mother-infant intervention on outcomes in mothers and moderately and late preterm infants at age 1 year: a randomized controlled trial. Infant Behavior & Development. 2012:35(1):36–47. doi:10.1016/j.infbeh.2011.09.006
Paper II Ingrid Helen Ravn, Rolf Lindemann, Nina Aarhus Smeby, Eli Haugen Bunch, Leiv Sandvik, Lars Smith Stress in fathers of moderately and late preterm infants: a randomised controlled trial Early Child Development and Care. 2012:182(5):537–552. doi:10.1080/03004430.2011.564279
Paper III Ingrid Helen Ravn, Lars Smith, Rolf Lindemann, Nina Aarhus Smeby, Nina Margrethe Kynø, Eli Haugen Bunch, Leiv Sandvik Effect of early intervention on social interaction between mothers and preterm infants at 12 months of age: A randomized controlled trial Infant Behavior & Development. 2011:34(2):215–225 doi:10.1016/j.infbeh.2010.11.004
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