Browsing by Author Otto, Hiltrud

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2014Cultural Differences in Stranger-Child Interactions: A Comparison Between German Middle-Class and Cameroonian Nso Stranger-Infant DyadsOtto, Hiltrud; Potinius, Inga; Keller, Heidi
2008Culture-specific attachment strategies in the Cameroonian Nso : cultural solutions to a universal developmental taskOtto, Hiltrud
2011Developmental precursors of autonomy and relatedness: discursive practices in childhood and autobiographical self-constructions in young adulthoodDemuth, Carolin; Keller, Heidi; Gudi, Helene; Otto, Hiltrud
2014Epilogue: the future of attachmentKeller, Heidi; Otto, Hiltrud
2015Good Child is a Calm Child: Mothers' Social Status, Maternal Conceptions of Proper Demeanor, and Stranger Anxiety in One-Year Old Cameroonian Nso ChildrenOtto, Hiltrud; Keller, Heidi
2016Stay Close to Me: Stranger Anxiety and Maternal Beliefs About Children's Socio-Emotional Development Among Bedouins in the Unrecognized Villages in the NaqabMarey-Sarwan, Ibtisam; Keller, Heidi; Otto, Hiltrud
2009The Cultural Socialization of Emotion Regulation During InfancyKeller, Heidi; Otto, Hiltrud
2008The timing of verbal/vocal communications between mothers and their infants: A longitudinal cross-cultural comparisonKeller, Heidi; Otto, Hiltrud; Lamm, Bettina; Yovsi, Relindis D.; Kaertner, Joscha
2017Training 3-Month-Old Babies for the Future: Maternal Beliefs and Interactional Practices in Immigrants From Former Soviet Union Living in IsraelUlitsa, Natalie; Keller, Heidi; Otto, Hiltrud