Abraham Sagi-Schwartz
Abraham Sagi-Schwartz
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Cross-cultural patterns of attachment: Universal and contextual dimensions.
MH Van Ijzendoorn, A Sagi-Schwartz
The Guilford Press, 2008
13102008
Empathic distress in the newborn.
A Sagi, ML Hoffman
Developmental Psychology 12 (2), 175, 1976
7581976
The father's role: Cross cultural perspectives
ME Lamb
Lawrence Erlbaum, 1987
594*1987
Child care quality matters: How conclusions may vary with context
JM Love, L Harrison, A Sagi‐Schwartz, MH Van IJzendoorn, C Ross, ...
Child development 74 (4), 1021-1033, 2003
4962003
Security of infant-mother,-father, and-metapelet attachments among kibbutz-reared Israeli children
A Sagi, ME Lamb, KS Lewkowicz, R Shoham, R Dvir, D Estes
Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 257-275, 1985
4521985
The multiple caretaker paradox: Data from Holland and Israel
MH Van IJzendoorn, A Sagi, MWE Lambermon
New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development 1992 (57), 5-24, 1992
3921992
Are children of Holocaust survivors less well‐adapted? A meta‐analytic investigation of secondary traumatization
MH Van Ijzendoorn, MJ Bakermans‐Kranenburg, A Sagi‐Schwartz
Journal of Traumatic Stress 16 (5), 459-469, 2005
3282005
Stability and discriminant validity of the Adult Attachment Interview: A psychometric study in young Israeli adults.
A Sagi, MH van IJzendoorn, M Scharf, N Koren-Karie, T Joels, ...
Developmental Psychology 30 (5), 771, 1994
2991994
The secure-base phenomenon across cultures: Children's behavior, mothers' preferences, and experts' concepts
G Posada, Y Gao, F Wu, R Posada, M Tascon, A Schöelmerich, A Sagi, ...
Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 27-48, 1995
2921995
Multigenerational perspectives of coping with the Holocaust experience: on the developmental sequelae of trauma across generations
D Bar-On, J Eland, RJ Kleber, R Krell, Y Moore, A Sagi, E Soriano, ...
Int J Behav Dev 22, 315-338, 1998
269*1998
Infant-adult attachments on the kibbutz and their relation to socioemotional development 4 years later.
D Oppenheim, A Sagi, ME Lamb
Developmental psychology 24 (3), 427, 1988
2681988
Attachment and traumatic stress in female Holocaust child survivors and their daughters
A Sagi-Schwartz, MH Van IJzendoorn, KE Grossmann, T Joels, ...
American Journal of Psychiatry 160 (6), 1086-1092, 2003
2572003
Sleeping out of home in a kibbutz communal arrangement: It makes a difference for infant‐mother attachment
A Sagi, MH van IJzendoorn, O Aviezer, F Donnell, O Mayseless
Child development 65 (4), 992-1004, 1994
2451994
Emotional availability in the mother–infant dyad as related to the quality of infant–mother attachment relationship
Y Ziv IV, O Aviezer, M Gini, A Sagi, N Koren-Karie
Attachment & human development 2 (2), 149-169, 2000
2442000
Shedding further light on the effects of various types and quality of early child care on infant–mother attachment relationship: The Haifa study of early child care
A Sagi, N Koren‐Karie, M Gini, Y Ziv, T Joels
Child development 73 (4), 1166-1186, 2002
2252002
Surviving the Holocaust: A meta-analysis of the long-term sequelae of a genocide.
E Barel, MH Van IJzendoorn, A Sagi-Schwartz, ...
Psychological bulletin 136 (5), 677, 2010
2012010
Cross-cultural patterns of attachment
J Mesman, MH Van Ijzendoorn, A Sagi-Schwartz
Handbook of attachment: Theory, research, and clinical applications, 852-877, 2016
1982016
Emotional availability and attachment representations in kibbutz infants and their mothers.
O Aviezer, A Sagi, T Joels, Y Ziv
Developmental psychology 35 (3), 811, 1999
1951999
Antecedents and consequences of various degrees of paternal involvement in child rearing: The Israeli project
A Sagi
Nontraditional families: parenting and child development/edited by Michael E …, 1982
1951982
The Hebrew Communicative Development Inventory: Language specific properties and cross-linguistic generalizations
SL Maital, E Dromi, A Sagi, MH Bornstein
Journal of Child Language 27 (1), 43-67, 2000
1792000
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