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References

  1. Chapman, J., Siegel, E. & Cross, A. Home visitors and child health: Analysis of selected programmes, Pediatrics, 85 (6): (1990).

  2. Cravioto, J. & Arrieta, R. Stimulation and mental development of malnourished infants. The Lancet, 2: 899 (1979)

  3. Cox, A.D. Befriending young mothers. British Journal of psychiatry; 163: 6-18 (1993).

  4. Grantham McGreger, S., Powell, C.A., Walker, S.P. & Himes, J.H. Nutritional supplementation, psychosocial stimulation and mental development of stunted children: The Jamaican study. The Lancet, 338, 1-5 (1991).

  5. Grantham-McGreger, S. Schefield, W. & Powell, C. Development of severely malnourished children who received psychosocial stimulation: Six year followup. Pediatrics, 79: 247-254 (1987).

  6. Gupta, S.B., Srivastava, B.C., Bhushan, V. & Sharma, P. Impact of the integrated child development services in Uttar Pradesh. Indian Journal of Medical Research, 79: 363-372 (1984).

  7. Kempe, C.H. Approaches to preventing child abuse: The health visitors concept. American Journal of the Disabled Child. 130: 130-141 (1976).
      
  8. McLaren, D.S., Yatkin, Y.S., Kannawati, A.A., et al. The subsequent mental and physical development of rehabilitated marasmic infants Journal of Mental Deficiency and Research, 17: 173 (1973).

  9. Michael Fordyce. The Happiness Measures, Edison Community College, Fort Mayers, Florida, (1988).

  10. Powell, C. & Grantham-McGreger, S. Home visiting of varying frequency and child development. Pediatrics, 84 (1): 157-164 (1989).

  11. Sell, M. & Nagpal, R. Subjective Well-being Inventory, SEARO regional health papers, No. 7 (1985).

  12. Sell, H. Guidelines for family intervention (personal communication). 1990.

  13. Simeonsson R.J., Cooper, D.H., & Scheiner, A.P. A review and analysis of the effectiveness of early intervention programmes. Pediatrics, 69 (5): (1982).

 


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