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Wiener Kinderkrippenstudie
P19567 Die Eingewöhnungsphase von Kleinkindern in Kinderkrippen

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Journals, Contribution to Anthologies, Working Papers, Preceedings etc.

Peer-Reviewed Publications in Press

1) Datler, W., Hover-Reisner, N., Fürstaller, M., & Datler, M.:
Young Child Observation used as a research tool: Investigating toddlers’ developments in day care nurseries.
In S. Adamo, & M. Rustin (Eds.), Young Child Observation. A development in the theory and method of psychoanalytic Infant Observation (in press). London: Karnac.


Peer-Reviewed Publications in Preparation

1) Ahnert, L., Eckstein-Madry, T., Kappler, G., Supper, B., Harwardt, H., Gappa, M., Müller-Bauer, S. & Pieper, J.:
Multiple attachments towards maternal and non-maternal care providers throughout the preschool years: features and functions.
Paper in Preparation: University of Vienna, Austria.

2) Eckstein-Madry, Ahnert, L. & Kapper, G.:
Emerging child-care provider relationships during the transition from home to child care as related to stress regulation.
Paper in Preparation: University of Vienna, Austria.

3) Ereky-Stevens, K., Funder, A., Katschnig, T., Malmberg, L.-E., & Datler, W.:
Quantity and quality of setting and caregiver interaction, and children’s adjustment to day care.
Paper in Preparation: University of Vienna, Austria.

4) Datler, W., Datler, M., & Hover-Reisner, N.:
The Teaching of Observation in Educational and Research Settings: Similarities and Differences.
Paper in Preparation: University of Vienna, Austria.

5) Datler, W., Fürstaller, M., & Pfundner, H.:
One child, two research tools and three results: Some comments concerning the rating of videotapes and the analysis of observational accounts.
Paper in Preparation: University of Vienna, Austria.

6) Hover-Reisner, N., Fürstaller, M., Katschnig, T., Ereky-Stevens, K., Malmberg, L.-E., & Datler, W.:
Parental interactions and relationship, and toddlers' adjustment to day care.
Paper in Preparation: University of Vienna, Austria.

7) Kappler, G., Ahnert, L., Yang, P-J., & Lamb, M.:
Cortisol reactions during transition to public child care.
Paper in Preparation: University of Vienna, Austria.

8) Kappler, G., Ahnert, L., Yang, P-J., & Lamb, M.:
The ontogeny of diurnal cortisol profiles.
Paper in Preparation: University of Vienna, Austria.


Peer-Reviewed Publications

1) Datler, W., Datler, M., & Funder, A. (2010).
Struggling Against a Feeling of Becoming Lost: A Young Boy’s Painful Transition to Day Care.
Infant Observation. The International Journal of Infant Observation and its Applications, 13, 65-87.

2) Datler, M., Datler, W., Fürstaller, M., & Funder, A. (2011).
Hinter verschlossenen Türen. Über Eingewöhnungsprozesse von Kleinkindern in Kinderkrippen und die Weiterbildung pädagogischer Teams [Behind shut doors: Young children’s settling-in-processes to day care and practitioner education and training].
Jahrbuch für Psychoanalytische Pädagogik, 19, 30-54.

3) Datler, W., Ereky-Stevens, K., Hover-Reisner, N., & Malmberg, L.- E. (2012).
Toddlers’ Transition to out-of-home day care: Coming to terms with a new care environment.
Infant Behavior and Development, 35, 439-451.

4) Hover-Reisner, N., Funder, A. (2009).
Krippenbetreuung im Fokus der Psychoanalytischen Pädagogik. Psychoanalytisch-pädagogische Beiträge zum Thema ‚Außerfamiliäre Betreuung von Kleinkindern‘ [Day care for infants and toddlers as a theme in psychoanalytical paedagogy].
Jahrbuch für Psychoanalytische Pädagogik, 17, 169-200.


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