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Shaping child care policies and programs in America

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Books and monographs

  1. Zigler, E. (1958). The effect of preinstitutional social deprivation on the performance of feebleminded children. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Texas at Austin.

  2. Zigler, E., & Child, I. L. (Eds.). (1973).Socialization and personality development. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.

  3. Kimble, G., Garmezy, N., & Zigler, E. (1974).Principles of general psychology (4th ed.). New York: Ronald Press.

  4. Yando, R., Seitz, V., & Zigler, E. (1978).Imitation: A developmental perspective. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

  5. Yando, R., Seitz, V., & Zigler, E. (1979).Intellectual and personality characteristics of children: Social class and ethnic group differences. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

  6. Zigler, E.,& Valentine, J. (Eds.). (1979).Project Head Start: A legacy of the War on Poverty. New York: Free Press.

  7. Gerbner, R., Ross, C., & Zigler, E. (Eds.). (1980).Child abuse: An agenda for action. New York: Oxford University Press.

  8. Kimble, G., Garmezy, N., & Zigler, E. (1980).Principles of general psychology (5th ed.). New York: Wiley.

  9. Zigler, E. (Ed.). (1981). Early childhood interventions and their implications for social policy.Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 3, (6).

  10. Zigler, E., & Balla, D. (Eds.). (1982).Mental retardation: The developmental-difference controversy. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

  11. Zigler, E., & Gordon, E. (Eds.). (1982).Day care: Scientific and social policy issues. Boston, MA: Auburn House.

  12. Zigler, E., Lamb, M., & Child, I. (1982).Socialization and personality development (2nd ed.). New York: Oxford University Press.

  13. Zigler, E., Kagan, S. L., & Klugman, E. (Eds.). (1983).Children, families, and government: Perspectives on American social policy. New York: Cambridge University Press.

  14. Kimble, G., Garmezy, N., & Zigler, E. (1984).Principles of general psychology (6th ed.). New York: Wiley. Adapted asPrinciples of psychology (6th ed.). Australia-New Zealand: Wiley, in press.

  15. Zigler, E., & Glick, M. (1986).A developmental approach to adult psychopathology. New York: Wiley.

  16. Zigler, E., & Hodapp, R. M. (1986).Understanding mental retardation. New York: Cambridge University Press. Translated into Italian by A. Armando, in press. Translated into Japanese by T. Shuppan, in press.

  17. Kagan, S. L., Powell, D., Weissbourd, B., & Zigler, E. (Eds.). (1987).America's family support programs. New Haven: Yale University Press.

  18. Kagan, S. L., & Zigler, E. (Eds.). (1987).Early schooling: The national debate. New Haven: Yale University Press.

  19. Zigler, E., & Finn-Stevenson, M. (1987).Children, development and social issues. Lexington, MA: D.C. Heath.

  20. Zigler, E., & Frank, M. (Eds.). (1988).The parental leave crisis. Toward a national policy. New Haven: Yale University Press.

  21. Hodapp, R. M., Burack, J. A., & Zigler, E. (Eds.), (in press).Issues in the developmental approach to mental retardation. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Papers, Articles

  1. Stevenson, H., & Zigler, E. (1957). Discrimination learning and rigidity in normal and feebleminded individuals.Journal of Personality, 25, 699–711. Reprinted in E. Trapp & P. Himelstein (Eds.),Readings on the exceptional child (pp. 129–140). New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1962.

  2. Stevenson, H., & Zigler, E. (1958). Probability learning in children.Journal of Experimental Psychology, 56, 185–192. Reprinted in L. Lipsitt & D. Palermo (Eds.),Research readings in child psychology (pp. 249–257). New York: Holt, Rinehart, & Winston, 1963. Reprinted in G. Thompson & R. Kuhlen (Eds.),Psychological studies of human development (rev. ed. pp. 185–196). New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1963.

  3. Zigler, E., Hodgden, L., & Stevenson, H. (1958). The effect of support and nonsupport on the performance of normal and feebleminded children.Journal of Personality, 26, 106–122.

  4. Stevenson, H., Weir, M., & Zigler, E. (1959). Discrimination learning in children as a function of motive-incentive conditions.Psychological Reports, 5, 95–98.

  5. Zigler, E. (1960). Size estimates of circles as a function of size of adjacent circles.Perceptual and Motor Skills, 11, 47–53.

  6. Zigler, E., & Phillips, L. (1960). Social effectiveness and symptomatic behaviors.Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 61, 231–238.

  7. Zigler, E., & Yospe, L. (1960). Perceptual defense and the problem of response suppression.Journal of Personality, 28, 220–239.

  8. Phillips, L., & Zigler, E. (1961). Social competence: The action-thought parameter and vicariousness in normal and pathological behaviors.Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 63, 137–146.

  9. Shallenberger, P., & Zigler, E. (1961). Rigidity, negative reaction tendencies and cosatiation effects in normal and feebleminded children.Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 63, 20–26.

  10. Stevenson, H., & Zigler, E. (1961). Learning, motivation, and perception. In R. Wilcox (Ed.),Strategies for behavioral research in mental retardation (pp. 98–117). Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.

  11. Zigler, E. (1961). [Review of Hans Mautner,Mental retardation: Its care, treatment and physiological base].Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 132, 355–356.

  12. Zigler, E. (1961). [Review of O. Hobart Mowrer,Learning theory and behavior].Psychometrika, 26, 251–252.

  13. Zigler, E. (1961). Social deprivation and rigidity in the performance of feebleminded children.Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 62, 413–421.

  14. Zigler, E., & Phillips, L. (1961). Case history data and psychiatric diagnosis.Journal of Consulting Psychology, 25, 458.

  15. Zigler, E., & Phillips, L. (1961). Psychiatric diagnosis: A critique.Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 63, 608–618. Reprinted in M. Zax & G. Stricker, (Eds.), The study of abnormal behavior (pp. 32–45). New York: Macmillan, 1964. Reprinted in M. J. Goldstein & J. O. Palmer (Eds.).Perspectives in psychopathology (pp. 5–20). New York: Oxford University Press, 1968. Reprinted in D. Holmes (Ed.),Review of research in behavior pathology (pp. 25–47). New York: Wiley, 1968. Reprinted in M. Zax & G. Stricker (Eds.),The study of abnormal behavior (2nd ed., pp. 35–49). New York: Macmillan, 1969. Reprinted in G. D. Shean (Ed.),Readings in abnormal psychology (pp. 63–81). New York: Rand McNally, 1971. Adapted inPsychotherapy and Social Science Review, 1972,6(11), 24–29. Reprinted in N. Maher (Ed.),Contemporary abnormal psychology (pp. 19–41). Middlesex, England: Penguin, 1973. Reprinted in Xerox individualized publishing, readings in psychology. Lexington, MA: Xerox College Publishing, 1973. Reprinted in B. Kleinmuntz,Readings in the essentials of abnormal psychology (pp. 30–38). New York: Harper & Row, 1974. Reprinted in R. J. Morris (Ed.),Perspectives in abnormal behavior (pp. 18–31). New York: Pergamon, 1974. Excerpts reprinted in D. J. Hill (in press).The politics of schizophrenia. University Press of America.

  16. Zigler, E., & Phillips, L. (1961). Psychiatric diagnosis and symptomatology.Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 63, 69–75. Reprinted in D. Bernstein (Ed.),Readings in the disorder and modification of behavior (pp. 2689-1–2689-7). New York: Simon & Schuster, 1970. Reprinted in R. Harth (Ed.),Contemporary issues in behavior disorders: A book of readings (pp. 135–149). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, 1971. Reprinted in D. Rosenhan & P. London (Eds.), Theory and research in abnormal psychology (2nd ed. pp. 232–243). New York: Holt, Rinehart, & Winston, 1975.

  17. Zigler, E., & Phillips, L. (1961). Social competence and outcome in psychiatric disorder.Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 63, 264–271.

  18. Green, C., & Zigler, E. (1962). Social deprivation and the performance of retarded and normal children on a satiation type task.Child Development, 33, 499–508.

  19. Shepps, R., & Zigler, E. (1962). Social deprivation and rigidity in the performance of organic and familial retardates.American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 67, 262–268.

  20. Zigler, E. (1962). Affective deprivation and the feebleminded child. InProceedings of the Six-teenth International Congress of Psychology, Bonn, 1960 (Thema 10, pp. 405–406). Amsterdam: North-Holland.

  21. Zigler, E. (1962). An overview of research in learning motivation, and perception.Exceptional Child, 28, 455–458.

  22. Zigler, E. (1962). [Review of C. J. C. Earl,Subnormal personalities: Their clinical investigation and assessment.]Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 13S, 88–89.

  23. Zigler, E. (1962). Rigidity in the feebleminded. In E. Trapp & P. Himelstein (Eds.),Readings on the exceptional child (pp. 141–162). New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts.

  24. Zigler, E. (1962). Social deprivation in familial and organic retardates.Psychological Reports, 10, 370.

  25. Zigler, E., & DeLabry, J. (1962). Concept-switching in middle-class, lower-class, and retarded children.Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 65, 267–273.

  26. Zigler, E., & Kanzer, P. (1962). The effectiveness of two classes of verbal reinforcers on the performance of middle- and lower-class children.Journal of Personality, 30, 157–163. Reprinted in E. D. Evans (Ed.),Children: Readings in behavior and development (pp. 150–156). New York: Holt, Rinehart, & Winston, 1968. Reprinted in E. McGinnies & C. B. Ferster (Eds.),The reinforcement of social behavior: Selected readings (pp. 332–335). Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1971.

  27. Zigler, E., & Phillips, L. (1962). Social competence and the process-reactive distinction in psychopathology.Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 65, 215–222.

  28. Zigler, E., & Unell, E. (1962). Concept-switching in normal and feebleminded children as a function of reinforcement.American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 66, 651–657.

  29. Achenbach, T., & Zigler, E. (1963). Social competence and self-image disparity in psychiatric and nonpsychiatric patients.Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 67, 197–205.

  30. Zigler, E. (1963). A measure in search of a theory? [Review of H. A. Witkin, R. B. Dyk, H. F. Faterson, D. R. Goodenough & S. A. Karp,Psychological differentiation: Studies of development].Contemporary Psychology, 8, 133–135.

  31. Zigler, E. (1963). Metatheoretical issues in developmental psychology. In M. Marx (Ed.),Theories in contemporary psychology (pp. 341–369). New York: Macmillan.

  32. Zigler, E. (1963). Rigidity and social reinforcement effects in the performance of institutionalized and noninstitutionalized normal and retarded children.Journal of Personality, 31, 258–269.

  33. Zigler, E. (1963). Social reinforcement, environment and the child.American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 33, 614–623. Reprinted in E. McGinnies & C. B. Ferster (Eds.),The reinforcement of social behavior: Selected readings (pp. 60–66). Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1971.

  34. Zigler, E. (1963). Zigler stands firm.Contemporary Psychology, 8, 459–461.

  35. Zigler, E., & Williams, J. (1963). Institutionalization and the effectiveness of social reinforcement: A three-year follow-up study.Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 66, 197–205.

  36. Balla, D., & Zigler, E. (1964). Discrimination and switching learning in normal, familial retarded, and organic retarded children.Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 69, 664–669.

  37. Gilmore, J. B., & Zigler, E. (1964). Birth order and social reinforcer effectiveness in children.Child Development, 35, 193–200. Reprinted in W. J. Meyer (Ed.),Readings in child and adolescent psychology (pp. 137–144). Boston: Xerox College Publications, 1967.

  38. Hill, K. T., & Zigler, E. (1964). The action-thought dimension and performance in an action versus thought conflict situation.Journal of Personality, 32, 666–681.

  39. Phillips, L., & Zigler, E. (1964). Role orientation, the action-thought dimensions, and outcome in psychiatric disorder.Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 68, 381–389.

  40. Turnure, J., & Zigler, E. (1964). Outer-directedness in the problem solving of normal and retarded children.Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 69, 427–436.

  41. Zigler, E. (1964). The effect of social reinforcement on normal and socially deprived children.Journal of Genetic Psychology, 104, 235–242.

  42. Zigler, E. (1964). [Review of R. Patton & L. Garner,Growth failure in maternal deprivation.]American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 68, 557–558.

  43. Zigler, E., Jones, L., & Kafes, P. (1964). Acquisition of language habits in first, second, and third grade boys.Child Development, 35, 725–736.

  44. Berkowitz, H., Butterfield, E. C., & Zigler, E. (1965). The effectiveness of social reinforcers on persistence and learning tasks following positive and negative social interactions.Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2, 706–714.

  45. Berkowitz, H., & Zigler, E. (1965). Effects of preliminary positive and negative interactions and delay conditions on children's responsiveness to social reinforcement.Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2, 500–505.

  46. Butterfield, E. C., & Zigler, E. (1965). The effects of success and failure on the discrimination learning of normal and retarded children.Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 70, 25–31.

  47. Butterfield, E. C., & Zigler, E. (1965). The influence of differing institutional social climates on the effectiveness of social reinforcement in the mentally retarded.American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 70, 48–56.

  48. McCoy, N., & Zigler, E. (1965). Social reinforcer effectiveness as a function of the relationship between child and adult.Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1, 604–612. Reprinted in J. A. Dyal (Ed.),Readings in psychology: Understanding human beahavior (pp. 233–241). New York: McGraw-Hill, 1967. Reprinted in R. D. Parke (Ed.),Readings in social development (pp. 143–156). New York: Holt, Rinehart, & Winston, 1969. Reprinted in G. Thompson (Ed.),Readings in educational research (pp. 75–85). New York: Wiley, 1971.

  49. Zigler, E. (1965). Understanding mental retardation within the framework of normal development.Journal of Pediatrics, 67, 1047.

  50. Phillips, L., Broverman, I. K., & Zigler, E. (1966). Social competence and psychiatric diagnosis.Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 71, 209–214.

  51. Zigler, E. (1966). Bruner and the Center for Cognitive Studies: Discussion.American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 70, 118–126. (Monograph supplement)

  52. Zigler, E. (1966). Discussion of S. A. Richardson, Psychosocial factors contributing to deprivation in child development. InProceedings of the Special Session on Deprivation in Psychobiological Development (Scientific Publication No. 134) (pp. 66–71). Washington, DC: Pan American Health Organization, Regional Office of the World Health Organization.

  53. Zigler, E. (1966). Mental retardation: Current issues and approaches. In L. W. Hoffman & M. L. Hoffman (Eds.),Review of child development research (Vol. 2, pp. 107–168). New York: Russell Sage.

  54. Zigler, E. (1966). Motivational determinants in the performance of retarded children.American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 36, 848–856. Reprinted in E. M. Bower (Ed.),Education and orthopsychiatry (pp. 346–360). Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1971. Rerinted in M. Rosen, G. R. Clark, & M. S. Kivitz (Eds.),The history of mental retardation ([Vol. 2, pp. 311–323). Baltimore, MD: University Park Press, 1976.

  55. Zigler, E. (1966). Research on personality structure in the retardate. In N. R. Ellis (Ed.),International review of research in mental retardation (Vol. 1, pp. 77–108). New York: Academic Press.

  56. Zigler, E., & Butterfield, E. C. (1966). Rigidity in the retarded: A further test of the Lewin-Kounin formulation.Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 71, 224–231.

  57. Zigler, E., Butterfield, E. C., & Goff, G. (1966). A measure of preinstitutional social deprivation for institutionalized retardates.American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 70, 835–873.

  58. Zigler, E., Levine, J., & Gould, L. (1966). Cognitive processes in the development of children's appreciation of humor.Child Development, 37, 507–518. Reprinted in F. Rebelsky & L. Dorman (Eds.).Child development and behavior (pp. 26–335). New York: Knopf, 1970.

  59. Zigler, E., Levine, J., & Gould, L. (1966). The humor response of normal, institutionalized retarded, and noninstitutionalized retarded, children.American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 71, 472–480.

  60. Katz, P., & Zigler, E. (1967). Self-image disparity: A developmental approach.Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 5, 186–195. Reprinted in H. V. Lindgren (Ed.),Contemporary research in social psychology: A book of readings (pp. 350–367). New York: Wiley, 1969. Reprinted in J. Seidman (Ed.),The child: A book of readings (2nd ed., pp. 599–613). New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1969. Reprinted in I. J. Gordon (Ed.),Readings in research in developmental psychology (pp. 341–351). Chicago: Scott, Foresman, 1971. Reprinted in H. C. Lindgren (Ed.),Contemporary research in social psychology: A book of readings (2nd ed., pp. 159–174). New York: Wiley, 1973.

  61. Kohlberg, L., & Zigler, E. (1967). The impact of cognitive maturity on the development of sex-role attitudes in the years four to eight.Genetic Psychology Monographs, 75, 89–165. Reprinted in part in C. Lavatelli (Ed.),Readings in child behavior and development (3rd ed. pp. 381–402). New York; Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1972. Reprinted in part in P. Lee & R. Steward (Eds.),Sex differences: Cultural and developmental dimensions (pp. 435–444). New York: Urzion Books, 1976.

  62. Zigler, E. (1967). Discussion of N. O'Connor, Mental retardation and learning. In D. B. Lindsley & A. A. Lumsdaine (Eds.),Brain function: Vol. 4.Brain function and learning. (UCLA Forum in Medical Sciences, No. 6, pp. 290–296). Los Angeles: University of California Press.

  63. Zigler, E. (1967). Familial mental retardation: A continuing dilemma.Science, 155, 292–298. Abstracted inPediatrics Digest, 1967,9, 72–73. Reprinted inSapere (Il retardo mentale familiare). Edizioni di Communita, Marzo 1967,687, 160–163; 174–175. Reprinted inAnnual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development, 1968 (pp. 281–299). Reprinted in H. F. Clarizio (Ed.),Mental health and the educative process (pp. 192–207). Chicago: Rand McNally, 1969. Reprinted in R. L. Jones (Ed.),Problems and issues in the education of exceptional children (pp. 79–94; 99–101). Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1971. Reprinted in C. Whalen (Ed.),Survey of social ecology: Part I. Human behavior: Development and change (pp. 1–15). New York: Selected Academic Readings, 1971. Reprinted in I. B. Weiner & D. Elkind (Eds.),Readings in child development. New York: Wiley, 1972. Reprinted inXerox Individualized Publishing. Lexington, MA: Xerox College Publishing, 1974.

  64. Zigler, E. (1967). Mental retardation.Science, 157, 578–579. Reprinted in R. L. Jones (Ed.),Problems and issues in the education of exceptional children (pp. 101–103). Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1971. Portions reprinted as “MA, IQ, and the developmental difference controversy.” In E. Zigler & D. Balla (Eds.),Mental retardation: The developmental-difference controversy (pp. 207–212). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, 1982.

  65. Zigler, E., Levine, J., & Gould, L. (1967). Cognitive challenge as a factor in children's humor appreciation.Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 6, 332–336. Reprinted in J. Seidman (Ed.),The child: A book of readings (2nd ed., pp. 291–298). New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1969.

  66. Achenbach, T., & Zigler, E. (1968). Cue-learning and problem-learning strategies in normal and retarded children.Child Development, 39, 827–848.

  67. Gruen, G., & Zigler, E. (1968). Expectancy of success and the probability learning of middle-class, lower-class, and retarded children.Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 73, 343–352. Reprinted inAnnual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development, 1969, 352–368. Reprinted in E. Trapp & P. Himelstein (Eds.),Readings on the exceptional child. (2nd ed. pp. 161–177). New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1972.

  68. Harter, S., & Zigler, E. (1968). The effectiveness of adult and peer reinforcement on the performance of institutionalized and noninstitutionalized retardates.Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 73, 144–149.

  69. Phillips, L., Broverman, I. K., & Zigler, E. (1968). Sphere dominance, role orientation, and diagnosis.Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 73, 306–312.

  70. Sanders, B., Zigler, E., & Butterfield, E. C. (1968). Outer-directedness in the discrimination learning of normal and mentally retarded children.Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 73, 368–375.

  71. Zigler, E. (1968). Developing the intellect versus developing the whole child.Proceedings of the 19th Annual Conference of the Southern Association on Children Under Six (pp. 48–62). Birmingham, AL:

  72. Zigler, E. (1968). Mental retardation. In P. London & D. Rosenhan (Eds.),Foundations of abnormal psychology (pp. 519–556). New York: Holt, Rinehart, & Winston.

  73. Zigler, E. (1968). Mental retardation. InInternational encyclopedia of the social sciences (Vol. 10; pp. 226–247). New York: MacMillan.

  74. Zigler, E. (1968). Motivational and emotional factors in the behavior of the retarded.Connecticut Medicine, 32, 584–592.

  75. Zigler, E. (1968). Outerdirectedness in the problem solving of retardates. In G. Jervis (Ed.),Expanding concepts in mental retardation: A symposium from the Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation (pp. 123–127). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.

  76. Zigler, E., & Abelson, W. (1968, March).The Yale Conference on Learning (Yale University, December 1966). Washington, DC: NDEA National Institute for Advanced Study in Teaching Disadvantaged Youth. Reprinted inNeeds of elementary and secondary education for the seventies (pp. 810–819). Compiled by General Subcommittee on Education of the Committee on Education and Labor. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, March 1970.

  77. Zigler, E., Balla, D., & Butterfield, E. C. (1968). A longitudinal investigation of the relationship between preinstitutional investigation of the relationship between preinstitutional social deprivation and social motivation in institutionalized retardates.Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 10, 437–445.

  78. Zigler, E., & Butterfield, E. C. (1968). Motivational aspects of changes in IQ test performance of culturally deprived nursery school children.Child Development, 39, 1–14. Reprinted inAnnual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development, 1969, 137–151. Reprinted in J. F. Rosenblith, W. Allinsmith, & J. P. Williams (Eds.),Readings in educational psychology: Causes of behavior. Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 1972. Reprinted inLearning and cognition series (Reprint No. 306, pp. 1–14). Andover, MA: Warner Modular Publications, 1973.

  79. Irons, N., & Zigler, E. (1969). Children's responsiveness to social reinforcement as a function of short-term preliminary social interactions and long-term deprivation.Developmental Psychology, 1, 402–409.

  80. Katz, P., & Zigler, E. (1969). The effects of labels on perceptual transfer: Stimulus and developmental factors.Journal of Experimental Psychology, 80, 73–77.

  81. McArthur, L., & Zigler, E. (1969). Level of satiation on social reinforcers and valence of the reinforcing agent as determinants of social reinforcer effectiveness.Developmental Psychology, 1, 739–746.

  82. Zigler, E. (1969). Developing the whole child. InSpring Proceedings of the South Carolina Association on Children Under Six (pp. 10–22). Columbia, SC: Wing Publications.

  83. Zigler, E. (1969). Developmental versus difference theories of mental retardation and the problem of motivation.American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 73, 536–556.

  84. Zigler, E., & Child, I. L. (1969). Socialization. In G. Lindzey & E. Aronson (Eds.),Handbook of social psychology (2nd ed., pp. 450–589). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.

  85. Zigler, E., Harter, S. (1969). Socialization of the mentally retarded. In D. A. Goslin (Ed.),Handbook of socialization theory and research (pp. 1065–1102). Chicago: Rand McNally.

  86. Butterfield, E. C., & Zigler, E. (1970). Preinstitutional social deprivation and IQ changes among institutionalized retarded children.Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 75, 83–89.

  87. Gruen, G., Ottinger, D., & Zigler, E. (1970). Level of aspiration and the probability learning of middle- and lower-class children.Developmental psychology, 3, 133–142.

  88. Shultz, T. R., & Zigler, E. (1970). Emotional concomitants of visual mastery in infants: The effects of stimulus movement on smiling and vocalizing.Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 10, 390–402.

  89. Zigler, E. (1970, September 6). Aiding all children.New York Times.

  90. Zigler, E. (1970). Current issues in child development. InProceedings of the 21st Annual Conference of the Southern Association on Children Under Six: Coming of age (pp. 30–32). Orangeburg, SC: SACUS.

  91. Zigler, E. (1970). The environmental mystique: Training the intellect versus development of the child.Childhood Education, 46, 402–412. Reprinted inNorth Carolina Association for the Gifted and Talented Quarterly Journal, 1975,1, 20–34. Reprinted in M. H. de Souza Patto,Psicologia Escolar, Brazil: Queiroz.

  92. Zigler, E. (1970). Learning, development, and social class in the socialization process. In M. Marx (Ed.),Learning: Interactions (pp. 195–287). New York: Macmillan.

  93. Zigler, E. (1970). A national priority: Raising the quality of children's lives.Children, 17, 166–170. Reprinted inNewsletter of the Society of Pediatric Psychology, 1972,1, 3–5.

  94. Zigler, E. (1970). The nature-nurture issue reconsidered. In H. C. Haywood (Ed.),Social-cultural aspects of mental retardation (pp. 81–106). New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts.

  95. Zigler, E. (1970). Social class and the socialization process.Review of Education Research, 40, 87–110. Reprinted in Annual Progress inChild Psychiatry and Child Development, 1971, 185–209. Reprinted in Gotz & Kaltschmid (Eds.),Socialization and Erziehung, part of series “Wege der Forschung.” Darmstadt, Germany: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft.

  96. Zigler, E., Butterfield, E. C., & Capobianco, F. (1970). Institutionalization and the effectiveness of social reinforcement: A five- and eight-year follow-up study.Developmental Psychology, 3, 255–263. Reprinted inAnnual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development, 1971, 526–541.

  97. Balla, D., McCarthy, E., & Zigler, E. (1971). Some correlates of negative reaction tendencies in institutionalized retarded children.Journal of Psychology, 79, 77–84.

  98. Balla, D., Styfco, S., & Zigler, E. (1971). Use of the opposition concept and outerdirectedness in intellectually-average, familial retarded, and organically retarded children.American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 75, 663–680.

  99. Balla, D., & Zigler, E. (1971). The therapeutic role of visits and vacations for institutionalized retarded children.Mental Retardation, 9, 7–9.

  100. Harter, S., Brown, L., & Zigler, E. (1971). Discrimination learning in retarded and nonretarded children as a function of task difficulty and social reinforcement.American Journal of Mental Dificiency, 3, 275–283.

  101. Harter, S., Brown, L., & Zigler, E. (1971). The discrimination learning of normal and retarded children as a function of penalty conditions and etiology of the retarded.Child Development, 42, 517–536.

  102. Ollendick, T., Balla, D., & Zigler, E. (1971). Expectancy of success and the probability learning of retarded children.Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 77, 275–281.

  103. Sanes, J., & Zigler, E. (1971). Premorbid social competence in schizophrenia.Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 78, 140–144.

  104. Unruh, S. G., Grosse, M. E., & Zigler, E. (1971). Birth order, number of siblings, and social reinforcer effectiveness in children.Child Development, 42, 1153–1163.

  105. Weaver, S. J., Balla, D., & Zigler, E. (1971). Social approach and avoidance tendencies of institutionalized retarded and noninstitutionalized retarded and normal children.Journal of Experiemental Research in Personality, 5, 98–110.

  106. Yando, R., & Zigler, E. (1971). Outerdirectedness in the problem-solving of institutionalized and noninstitutionalized normal and retarded children. Developmental Psychology, 4, 277–288.

  107. Yando, R., Zigler, E., & Gates, M. (1971). The influence of Negro and White teachers rated as effective or non-effective on the performance of Negro and White lower-class children.Developmental Psychology, 5, 290–299.

  108. Zigler, E. (1971). Contemporary concerns in early childhood education.Young Children, 26, 141–156.

  109. Zigler, E. (1971). Head Start or good start?Teaching and Learning, pp. 15–20.

  110. Zigler, E. (1971). Learning from children: The role of OCD.Childhood Education, 48, 8–11.

  111. Zigler, E. (1971, July). Let them enjoy their childhood: Play helps shape the total development of children.Ladies Home Journal, pp. 47–50; 52–53; 121–122.

  112. Zigler, E. (1971). Motivational aspects of mental retardation. In R. Koch & J. C. Dobson (Eds.),The mentally retarded child and his family: A multidisciplinary handbook (pp. 369–385). New York: Academic Press.

  113. Zigler, E. (1971). A new child care profession: The Child Development Associate.Young Children, 27, 71–74.

  114. Zigler, E. (1971). The retarded child as a whole person. In H. E. Adams & W. K. Boardman, III (Eds.),Advances in experimental clinical psychology (Vol. 1, pp. 47–121). New York: Pergamon. Reprinted in D. Routh (Ed.),The experimental psychology of mental retardation (pp. 231–322). Chicago: Aldine, 1973. Adapted in J. Kauffmart & J. Payne (Eds.),Mental retardation: Introduction and personal perspectives (pp. 369–387). Columbus, OH: Charles E. Merrill, 1975.

  115. Zigler, E., & Balla, D. (1971). Luria's verbal deficiency theory of mental retardation and performance on sameness, symmetry, and opposition tasks: A critique.American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 75, 400–413. Reprinted inAnnual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development, 1972, 325–345.

  116. Harter, S., & Zigler, E. (1972). Effects of rate of stimulus presentation and penalty conditions on the discrimination learning of normal and retarded children.Developmental Psychology, 6, 85–91.

  117. Zigler, E. (1972, December). Child care in the 70's. InInequality in education (No. 13, pp. 17–28). Cambridge, MA: Harvard Center for Law and Education. Reprinted inCongressional Record, August 16, 1972, CXVIII, E7527–E7529. Condensed inEducation Digest, November 1972, pp. 24–27. Reprinted in National Association for the Education of Young Children,Perspectives on child care (pp. 21–32). Washington, DC: Author, 1973. Reprinted in J. R. Hranitz & A. M. Noakes (Eds.),Working with the young child: A text of readings-II, (pp. 196–199). University of America Press, 1978.

  118. Zigler, E. (1972). Children's needs in the 70's: A federal perspective.Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 1, 3–6. Reprinted and expanded in G. Williams & S. Gordon (Eds.),Clinical child psychology: Current practices and future perspectives pp. 24–34. New York: Behavioral Publications, 1974.

  119. Zigler, E. (1972). Focus on day care.Children Today, 1, 2–5. Reprinted in Office of Mental Retardation Coordination,Programs for the handicapped (pp. 1–3). Washington, DC: Author. May 8, 1972.

  120. Zigler, E. (1972). Foreword.Child development/Day care: 4. Serving school age children (DHEW Publication No. OCD13-34).Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.

  121. Zigler, E. (1972). Play and child development.Journal of Health Physical Education Recreation, 43, 26.

  122. Zigler, E. (1972). Rigidity in the retarded: A reexamination. In E. Trapp & P. Himelstein (Eds.),Readings on the exceptional child: Research and theory (2nd ed., pp. 123–160). New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts. Adapted as “Rigidity: A resilient concept.” In E. Zigler & D. Balla (Eds.),Mental retardation: The developmental difference controversy (pp. 61–82). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, 1982.

  123. Zigler, E., & Balla, D. (1972). Developmental course of responsiveness to social reinforcement in normal children and institutionalized retarded children.Developmental Psychology, 6, 66–73.

  124. Zigler, E., Balla, D., & Watson, N. (1972). Developmental and experiential determinants of self-image disparity in institutionalized and noninstitutionalized retarded and normal children.Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 23, 81–87.

  125. Zigler, E., & Yando, R. (1972). Outerdirectedness and imitative behavior of institutionalized and noninstitutionalized younger and older children.Child Development, 43, 413–425. Reprinted inAnnual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development, 1973, 729–742.

  126. Ecker, J., Levine, J., & Zigler, E. (1973). Impaired sex-role identification in schizophrenia expressed in the comprehension of humor stimuli.Journal of Psychology, 83, 67–77.

  127. Levine, J., & Zigler, E. (1973). The essential-reactive distinction in alcoholism: A developmental approach.Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 81, 242–249.

  128. Zigler, E. (1973). A comment by Edward Zigler. In L. McClure & C. Buan (Eds.),Essays on career education, Portland, OR: Northwest Regional Education Laboratory. (U.S. Government Printing Office Document No. 1790–01147)

  129. Zigler, E. (1973, November). The future of social policy for children.Notes from the Center (Report No. 5, pp. 1–14). Syracuse, NY: Center on Human Policy, Syracuse University.

  130. Zigler, E. (1973). Is our evolving social policy for children based on fact or fiction?Early childhood programs in the states: Report of a December 1972 conference. (Early Childhood Report No. 34, (pp. 9–29). Denver, CO: Education Commission of the States. Abstracted inResearch in Education, August 1973. (ERIC Document No. Ed 075–080) Reprinted inEducation yearbook 1973–1974 (pp. 196–213). New York: Macmillan, 1973.

  131. Zigler, E. (1973). Motivational factors in the performance of the retarded child. In F. Richardson (Ed.),Brain and intelligence: The ecology of child development (pp. 59–69). Hyattsville, MD: National Educational Press.

  132. Zigler, E. (1973, July/August). Myths and facts: A guide for policymakers.Compact, pp. 18–21.

  133. Zigler, E. (1973, March). On growing up, learning and loving.Human Behavior, pp. 41–44. Reprinted inAnnual editions. Readings in psychology 74–75 (pp. 188–191). Guilford, CT: Dushkin, 1974. Reprinted inAnnual editions. Readings in human development 75–76 (pp. 41–44). Guilford, CT: Dushkin, 1976. Reprinted inReadings in human development: Contemporary perspectives 77–78 (pp. 170–174). New York: Harper & Row, 1977.

  134. Zigler, E. (1973, September 27). Opening statement on“American families: Trends and pressures.”Congressional Record, S17792–S17795. Excerpts reprinted inFutures Conditional, 1977,4(2, Item #5), 5–6. Excerpted as Foreword. Reflections and needs in child care. In S. Auerbach (Ed.),Creative homes and centers (Vol. 1). New York: Human Sciences Press, 1978.

  135. Zigler, E. (1973). Project Head Start: Success or failure?Learning, 1, 43–47. Reprinted inCongressional Record, April 10, 1973, E2281–E2284. Reprinted inCongressional Record, October 4, 1973, E6308–E6311. Reprinted and expanded inChildren Today, November–December 1973, pp. 2–7; 36. Reprinted inAnnual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development, 1974, 154–165. Reprinted in E. Zigler & J. Valentine (Eds.),Project Head Start: A legacy of the War on Poverty (pp. 495–507). New York: Free Press, 1979.

  136. Zigler, E. (1973, September). The trouble with our child care.Day Care and Early Education, pp. 13–15; 56; 60. Condensed inEducation Digest, January 1974, pp. 29–31.

  137. Zigler, E. (1973). Why retarded children do not perform up to the level of their ability. In R. M. Allen, A. D. Cortazzo, & R. P. Toister (Eds.),Theories of cognitive development: Implications for the mentally retarded (pp. 13–35). Coral Gables, FL: University of Miami Press.

  138. Zigler, E., Abelson, W., & Seitz, V. (1973). Motivational factors in the performance of economically disadvantaged children on the Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test.Child Development, 44, 294–303. Reprinted inAnnual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development, 1974, 199–215.

  139. Zigler, E., & Levine, J. (1973). Premorbid adjustment and paranoid-nonparanoid status in schizophrenia: A further investigation.Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 82, 189–199.

  140. Abelson, W. D., Zigler, E., & DeBlasi, C. (1974). Effects of a four-year follow-through program on economically disadvantaged children.Journal of Educational Psychology, 66, 756–771. Reprinted in N. Kalt & S. Zalkind (Eds.),Urban problems: Psychological inquiries (pp. 227–238). New York: Oxford University Press, 1976.

  141. Balla, D., Butterfield, E. C., & Zigler, E. (1974). Effects of institutionalization on retarded children: A longitudinal cross-institutional investigation.American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 78, 530–549.

  142. Harter, S., & Zigler, E. (1974). The assessment of effectance motivation in normal and retarded children.Developmental Psychology, 10, 169–180.

  143. Kreitler, S., Kreitler, H., & Zigler, E. (1974). Cognitive orientation and curiosity.British Journal of Psychology, 65, 43–52.

  144. Kreiter, S., Zigler, E., & Kreitler, H. (1974). The complexity of complexity.Human Development, 17, 54–73.

  145. Balla, S., Zigler, E., & Kreitler, H. (1975). Preinstitutional social deprivation, responsiveness to social reinforcement, and IQ change in institutionalized retarded individuals: A six-year follow-up study.American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 80, 228–230.

  146. Katz, P., Zigler, E., & Zalk, S. (1975). Children's self-image disparity: The effects of age, maladjustment, and action-thought orientation.Developmental Psychology, 11, 546–550.

  147. Kreitler, S., Zigler, E., & Kreitler, H. (1975). The nature of curiosity in children.Journal of School Psychology, 13, 185–200.

  148. Levine, J., & Zigler, E. (1975). Denial and self-image in stroke, lung cancer, and heart disease patients.Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 43, 751–757.

  149. McCormick, M., Balla, D., & Zigler, E. (1975). Resident care practices in institutions for retarded persons: A cross-institutional, cross-cultural study.American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 80, 1–17.

  150. Seitz, V., Abelson, W. D., Levine, E., & Zigler, E. (1975). Effects of place of testing on the Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test scores of disadvantaged Head Start and non-Head Start children.Child Development, 46, 481–486.

  151. Yando, R., Zigler, E., & Litzinger, S. (1975). A further investigation of the effects of birth order and number of siblings in determining children's responsiveness to social reinforcement.Journal of Psychology, 89, 95–111.

  152. Zigler, E. (1975). Child welfare. InWorld Book Encyclopedia (Vol. C). Chicago: Field Enterprises.

  153. Zigler, E. (1975). Day-care center. InWorld Book Encyclopedia (Vol. D, pp. 46–47). Chicago: Field Enterprises.

  154. Zigler, E. (1975). Has it really been demonstrated that compensatory education is without value?American Psychologist, 30, 935–937.

  155. Zigler, E. (1975). Looking back 20 years. Autobiographical statement. In J. Kaufman & J. Payne (Eds.),Mental retardation: Introduction and personal perspectives (pp. 363–369). Columbus, OH: Charles E. Merrill.

  156. Zigler, E. (1975). Orphanage. InWorld Book Encyclopedia (Vol. N–O, p. 650). Chicago: Field Enterprises.

  157. Zigler, E., & Seitz, V. (1975). On “An experimental evaluation of sensorimotor patterning”: A critique.American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 79, 483–492.

  158. Berg, B., Balla, D., & Zigler, E. (1976). Satiation and setting-condition components of social reinforcer effectiveness.Child Development, 47, 715–721.

  159. Levine, J., & Zigler, E. (1976). Humor responses of high and low premorbid competence alcoholic and nonalcoholic patients.Addictive Behaviors, 1, 139–149.

  160. Zigler, E. (1976, April 23). America's children: First and last?New York Times Spring Education Supplement, p. 20.

  161. Zigler, E. (1976, February). Child abuse.APA Division 7 Newsletter, pp. 17–30.

  162. Zigler, E. (1976). Controlling child abuse in America: An effort doomed to failure? InProceedings of the First National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect (DHEW publication No. OHD 77-30094, pp. 29–35). Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Expanded in R. Bourne & E. Newberger (Eds.),Critical perspectives on child abuse (pp. 171–213). Lexington, MA: Lexington, 1979. Reprinted in D. G. Gil (Ed.),Child abuse and violence (pp. 37–48). New York: A M S Press, 1979. Reprinted in E. Zigler, M. Lamb, & I. Child,Socialization and personality development (2nd ed., pp. 292–316). New York: Oxford University Press, 1982.

  163. Zigler, E. (1976, May 9). Day Care: The forgotten priorityNew York Times, p. 15. Reprinted as “The least comprehensive veto.”National Elementary Principal, July/August 1976, p. 37. Excerpts reprinted as “Zigler on Ford veto.”Day Care and Early Education, September/ October 1976, p. 4.

  164. Zigler, E. (1976). A developmental psychologist's view of Operation Babylift.American Psychologist, 31, 329–340. Excerpts reprinted as “Analysis of factors involved in operation babylift.”Indochina evacuation and refugee problems. Part I. Hearing of the Committee of the Judiciary, United States Senate, April 8, 1975 (pp. 83–93). Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1975. Excerpts reprinted as “Zigler analyzes operation babylift.”APA Division 7 Newsletter, November 1975, pp. 13–22. Excerpts reprinted as “Operation babylift: Good intentions gone awry.”APA Monitor, 1976,7, pp. 4; 15. Excerpts reprinted as “A plea to remember America's needy children.”Parents' Magazine, January 1976, p. 10. Abstracted as “The Vietnamese children's airlift: Too little too late.”Resources in Education (RIE), July 1976. (ERIC Document No. ED 119-827).

  165. Zigler, E. (1976, January 18). Filling the preschool gap. (Critique of Maya Pines, “Head Start.”)New York Times Magazine, pp. 40, 42.

  166. Zigler, E. (1976).Head Start and Home Start: Their past and their future (DHEW Publication No. OHD 76031089, pp. 58–62). Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.

  167. Zigler, E. (1976). Head Start: Not a program but an evolving concept. In J. D. Andrews (Ed.),Early childhood education: It's an art! It's a science! (pp. 1–14). Washington, DC: National Association for the Education of Young Children. Reprinted in E. Zigler & J. Valentine (Eds.),Project Head Start: A legacy of the War on Poverty (pp. 367–378). New York: Free Press, 1979.

  168. Zigler, E. (1976). Social policy and children's programs.Early childhood education regional report, 1976 (pp. 142–176). Kansas City, MO: U.S. Office of Education Region VII.

  169. Zigler, E. (1976). The unmet needs of America's children.Children Today, 5, 39–42. Reprinted inAPA Division 7 Newsletter, November 1976, pp. 8–18. Abstracted inAbstracts for Social Workers, Spring 1977, (1). Abstracted inChild and Youth Services, 1977,1, 20. Reprinted inReadings in early childhood education 77–78. Guilford, CT: Dushkin, 1979.

  170. Zigler, E. (1976, October). What's wrong with the way we treat our children?Parent's Magazine, pp. 42–43; 70–71.

  171. Zigler, E., & Balla, D. (1976). Motivational factors in the performance of the retarded. In R. Koch & J. C. Dobson (Eds.),The mentally retarded child and his family: A multidisciplinary handbook (2nd ed.). New York: Brunner/Mazel.

  172. Zigler, E., Levine, J., & Zigler, B. (1976). The relation between premorbid competence and paranoid-nonparanoid status in schizophrenia: A methodological and theoretical critique.Psychological Bulletin, 83, 303–313.

  173. Cohen, D., & Zigler, E. (1977). Federal day care standards: Rationale and recommendations.American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 47, 456–465. Reprinted inAnnual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development, 1978, 613–625. Reprinted inYoung Children, 1978,33, 24–32.

  174. Kier, R. J., Styfco, S. J., & Zigler, E. (1977). Success expectancies and the probability learning of children of low and middle socioeconomic status.Developmental Psychology, 13, 444–449.

  175. Zigler, E. (1977). Dealing with retardation. [Review of M. J. Begab & S. A. Richardson (Eds.),The mentally retarded and society].Science, 196, 1192–1194.

  176. Zigler, E. (1977, May 1). Paddling goes on—as does the debate.New York Times Spring Education Supplement.

  177. Zigler, E. (1977). Socialization: An overview. In B. Wolman (Ed.),International encyclopedia of neurology, psychiatry, psychoanalysis, and psychology (Vol. 10, pp. 304–309). New York: Van Nostrand.

  178. Zigler, E. (1977, May 4). Spanking ruling: Mandate for child abuse.New Haven Register, p. 19.

  179. Zigler, E. (1977). Twenty years of mental retardation research.Mental Retardation, 15, 51–53.

  180. Zigler, E. (1977). Who will speak for children and families? A case for strengthening OCD.American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 47, 564–567. Reprinted inCongressional Record—Extensions of Remarks, April 19, 1977, E2242–E2244.

  181. Zigler, E., & Balla, D. (1977). Impact of institutional experience on the behavior and development of retarded persons.American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 82, 1–11. Reprinted inAnnual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development, 1978, 417–433.

  182. Zigler, E., & Balla, D. (1977). Personality factors in the performance of the retarded.Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry, 16, 19–37. Portions reprinted in E. Zigler & D. Balla (Eds.),Mental retardation: The developmental difference controversy (pp. 9–26). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, 1982. Adapted in E. Zigler, M. Lamb, & I. Child,Socialization and personality development (2nd ed., pp. 238–245). New York: Oxford University Press, 1982.

  183. Zigler, E., & Balla, D. (1977). The social policy implications of a research program on the effects of institutionalization on retarded persons. In P. Mittler (Ed.),Research to practice in mental retardation (Vol. 1, pp. 267–274). Baltimore, MD: University Park Press.

  184. Zigler, E., & Cascione, R. (1977). Head Start has little to do with mental retardation: A reply to Clarke and Clarke.American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 82, 246–249.

  185. Zigler, E., & Hunsinger, S. (1977, May/June). Day care policy: Some modest proposals.Day Care and Early Education, pp. 9–11. Reprinted inEarly Childhood Education 79/80 (pp. 39–41). Guilford, CT: Dushkin, 1980.

  186. Zigler, E., & Hunsinger, S. (1977). Supreme Court on spanking: Upholding discipline or abuse?Young Children, 32, 14–15. Reprinted inThe Last Resort?, 1978,6. Reprinted inSRCD Newsletter, Fall 1977, p. 10.

  187. Zigler, E., Levine, J., & Zigler, B. (1977). Premorbid social competence and paranoid-nonparanoid status in female schizophrenic patients.Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 164, 333–339.

  188. Zigler, E., & Hunsinger, S. (1977). Bringing up day care.APA Monitor, 8, 8–9.

  189. Sparrow, S., & Zigler, E. (1978). Evaluation of a patterning treatment for retarded children.Pediatrics, 62, 137–150.

  190. Zigler, E. (1978). America's babylift of Vietnam children: What is to be learned for a psychology of change. In E. J. Anthony & C. Chiland (Eds.),The child and his family: Children and parents in a changing world (Vol. 5, pp. 107–116). New York: Wiley. Translated by M. C. Guerin-Jodin,Parents et enfants dans un monde en changement (pp. 145–155). Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1983.

  191. Zigler, E. (1978). America's Head Start Program: An agenda for its second decade.Young Children, 33, 4–11.

  192. Zigler, E. (1978). The effectiveness of Head Start: Another look.Educational Psychologist, 13, 71–77.

  193. Zigler, E. (1978). Foreword. In C. C. Cleland,Mental retardation: A developmental approach. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

  194. Zigler, E. (1978, April 27). How to undermine Head Start.New York Times. Reprinted inWashington Post, May 6, 1978, p. A10.

  195. Zigler, E. (1978).National crisis in mental retardation research. An editorial.American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 83, 1–8. Reprinted inAnnual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development, 1979, 407–418.

  196. Zigler, E. (1978, May 17). New Haven is in danger of losing its Head Start.New Haven Register, p. 21.

  197. Zigler, E. (1978). Vision without a blueprint. [Review of K. Keniston and The Carnegie Council on Children,All our children: The American family under pressure.]Contemporary Psychology, 23, 289–291.

  198. Zigler, E., & Anderson, K. (1978, December). The last victims of Vietnam.Psychology Today, pp. 24, 30. Reprinted inChicago Tribune, December 2, 1978.

  199. Zigler, E., & Hunsinger, S. (1978, February). Our neglected children.Yale Alumni Magazine, pp. 11–13. Reprinted inReadings in human development. Guilford, CT: Dushkin, 1979.

  200. Zigler, E., & Seitz, V. (1978). Changing trends in socialization theory and research.American Behavioral Scientist, 25, 5.

  201. Zigler, E., & Trickett, P. (1978). IQ, social competence, and evaluation of early childhood intervention programs.American Psychologist, 33, 789–798. Recorded on tape inProfessional readings in psychology. Reprinted in Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development, 1979, 559–575. Reprinted in B. H. Raven (Ed.),Policy studies review annual (Vol. 4). Beverly Hills: Sage, 1980. Reprinted in E. Zigler, M. Lamb, & I. Child,Socialization and personality development (2nd ed., pp. 317–328). New York: Oxford University Press, 1982.

  202. Balla, D., & Zigler, E. (1979). Personality development in retarded persons. In N. R. Ellis (Ed.),Handbook of mental deficiency, psychological theory and research (2nd ed., pp. 143–168). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

  203. Mylet, M., Styfco, S. J., & Zigler, E. (1979). Interrelationship between self-image disparity and social competence, defensive style, and adjustment status.Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 167, 553–560.

  204. Richmond, J., Stipek, D., & Zigler, E. (1978). A decade of Head Start. In E. Zigler & J. Valentine (Eds.),Project Head Start: A legacy of the War on Poverty (pp. 135–152). New York: Free Press. Excerpts reprinted in M. Bloom,Life span development. New York: Macmillan, 1980.

  205. Stipek, D., Valentine, J., & Zigler, E. (1979). Project Head Start: A critique of theory and practice. In E. Zigler & J. Valentine (Eds.),Project Head Start: A legacy of the War on Poverty (pp. 477–494). New York: Free Press.

  206. Weisz, J., & Zigler, E. (1979). Cognitive development in retarded and nonretarded persons: Piagetian tests of the similar sequence hypothesis.Psychological Bulletin, 86, 831–851.

  207. Zigler, E. (1979, January). Foreword.Families and schools: Implementing parent education (Report No. 121). Denver, CO: Education Commission of the States.

  208. Zigler, E., & Anderson, K. (1979). Foundation support in the child and family life field.Philanthrophy Monthly, 12, 12–15. Reprinted inFoundation News, 1979,20, 34–38.

  209. Zigler, E., & Anderson, K. (1979). An idea whose time has come: The intellectual and political climate for Head Start. In E. Zigler & J. Valentine (Eds.),Project Head Start: A legacy of the War on Poverty (pp. 3–19). New York: Free Press.

  210. Zigler, E., Glick, M., & Marsh, A. (1979). Premorbid social competence and outcome among schizophrenic and nonschizophrenic patients.Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 167, 478–483.

  211. Zigler, E., & Heller, K. A. (1979, Winter). On day care standards.SRCD Newsletter, p. 5. Reprinted inNew Haven Register, November 13, 1979, p. 20. Reprinted inNetworker, 1979,1, 3. Reprinted as “Day care standards approach critical juncture.:Day Care and Early Education, 1980,7, 7–9; 47.

  212. Zigler, E., & Hunsinger, S. (1979). Look at the state of America's Children in the Year of the Child.Young Children, 34(1), 2–3. Reprinted inChildhood Education, 1979,55(3, cover 4). Reprinted inExchangite, April/May 1979, p. 12.

  213. Zigler, E., & Muenchow, S. (1979). Mainstreaming: The proof is in the implementation.American Psychologist, 34, 993–996. Reprinted inAnnual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development, 1980, 574–579. Reprinted in B. H. Raven (Ed.),Policy studies review annual (Vol. 4). Beverly Hills: Sage, 1980. Reprinted in H. F. Clarizio, R. C. Craig, & W. A. Mehrens (Eds.),Contemporary issues in educational psychology (4th ed.). Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 1981. Reprinted in E. Zigler, M. Lamb, & I. Child,Socialization and personality development (2nd ed., pp. 253–257). New York: Oxford University Press, 1982.

  214. Zigler, E., & Trickett, P. (1979). The role of national social policy in promoting social competence in children. In M. W. Kent & J. E. Rolf (Eds.),The primary prevention of psychopathology: Promoting social competence and coping in children (Vol. 3, pp. 380–397). Hanover, NH: University Press of New England.

  215. Zigler, E., & Weintraub, E. (1979, January 5). “Patterning” is unproven hope for brain damaged children.New Haven Register, p. 7. Reprinted inArise, 1979,2, 4–6. Reprinted inEducation and Training of the Mentally Retarded, 1980,15, 247–249.

  216. Glick, M., Marsh, A., & Zigler, E. (1980). Interrelationships among hospitalization measures of psychiatric outcome.Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 168, 741–744.

  217. Harmon, C., & Zigler, E. (1980). Parent education in the 1970s: Policy, panacea, or pragmatism.Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 26, 439–451.

  218. Harmon, C., Furrow, D., Gruendel, J., & Zigler, E. (1980, Spring). Childhood accidents: An overview of the problem and a call for action.SRCD Newsletter, p. 5.

  219. Phillips, D. A., & Zigler, E. (1990). Children's self-image disparity: Effects of age, socioeconomic status, ethnicity, and gender.Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 39, 689–700.

  220. Phillips, D. A., & Zigler, E. (1980). Self-concept theory and its practical implications. In T. D. Yawkey (Ed.),The self-concept of the young child (pp. 111–122). Provo, UT: Brigham Young University Press.

  221. Ross, C., & Zigler, E. (1980). An agenda for action. In G. Gerbner, C. Ross, & E. Zigler (Eds.),Child abuse: An agenda for action (pp. 293–304). New York: Oxford University Press.

  222. Seitz, V., & Zigler, E. (1980). Measure for measure?American Psychologist, 35, 939.

  223. Valentine, J., Ross, C. J., & Zigler, E. (1980). Project Head Start.Children Today, 9(3), 22–23.

  224. Zigler, E. (1980, Fall). The Senate's action on day care standards.SRCD Newsletter, pp. 8–9.

  225. Zigler, E. (1990). Children are people, too. InChild's mind, child's body (pp. 1–2). New York: Council on Family Health.

  226. Zigler, E, (1980). Children's Bureau. InWorld Book Encyclopedia. Chicago: Field Enterprises.

  227. Zigler, E. (1980). Controlling child abuse: Have we the knowledge and/or the will? In G. Gerbner, C. Ross, & E. Zigler (Eds.),Child Abuse: An agenda for action (pp. 3–32). New York: Oxford University Press.

  228. Zigler, E. (1980, July 30). Must budget ax fall on children?New York Times. Reprinted inCongressional Record, August 6, 1980,126. (125).

  229. Zigler, E. (1980). Welcoming a new journal.Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 1, 1–6.

  230. Zigler, E., & Balla, D. (1980). Mental retardation. In A. E. Kazdin, A. S. Bellack, & M. Hersen (Eds.),New perspectives in abnormal psychology (pp. 396–416). New York: Oxford University Press.

  231. Zigler, E., Balla, D., & Styfco, S. (1980). New directions for the study of the effects of institutionalization on retarded persons. InProceedings ofNICHD Conference on Learning and Cognition in the Mentally Retarded, Nashville, TN (pp. 16–18).

  232. Zigler, E., & Cascione, R. (1980). On being a parent. InParenthood in a changing society (pp. 77–88). Champaign: ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood Education, University of Illinois. Reprinted in E. Zigler, M. Lamb, & I. Child.Socialization and personality development (2nd ed., pp. 258–267). New York: Oxford University Press, 1982.

  233. Zigler, E., & Cascione, R. (1980). Overview of cognitive, behavioral and communicative disorders. In H. J. Grossman. E. M. Steindler, & C. Tarjan (Eds.),The physician and the mental health of the child. The psychological concomitants of illness (Vol. 2, pp. 3–10). Chicago: American Medical Association.

  234. Zigler, E., & Goodman, J. (1990). On day care standards—again!Networker, 2, 1, 7.

  235. Zigler, E., & Heller, K. A. (1980). Child welfare: The policy-research rift.New York University Education Quarterly, 11, 11–18.

  236. Zigler, E., & Heller, K. A. (1980). Day care standards approach critical juncture.Day Care and Early Education, 7(3), 7–8; 47.

  237. Zigler, E., & Heller, K. A. (1980). Strengthening the family by strengthening social policy in behalf of children and families. In N. Stinnett, B. Chesser, J. DeFrain, & P. Kanub (Eds.),Family strengths: Positive models for family life (pp. 67–86). Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Reprinted as “Strengthening social policies in behalf of children and families.” In R. P. Boger, G. E. Blom, & L. E. Lezotte (Eds.),Child nurturance: Vol. 4. Child nurturing in the 1980s (pp. 3–19). New York: Plenum Press, 1984.

  238. Zigler, E., & Hunsinger-Muenchow, S. (1980). Principles and social policy implications of a whole-child psychology. In S. Salzinger, J. Antrobus, & J. Glick (Eds.),The ecosystem of the “sick” kid (pp. 239–248). New York: Academic Press.

  239. Zigler, E., & Kagan, S. L. (1980). The Child Development Associate: Has the 1970 challenge been met?Conference proceedings, CDA day at NAEYC. Washington, DC: University Research Corporation.

  240. Zigler, E., & Seitz, V. (1980). Early childhood intervention programs: A reanalysis.School Psychology Review, 9, 354–368.

  241. Zigler, E., & Seitz, V. (1980). Status of research relating to children. InThe status of children, youth and families 1979 (DHHS Publication No. OHDA 80-30274, pp. 153–170). Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. Reprinted inUnited Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Division for the Study of Development, Reports/Studies (chap. 13, SS-79/WS/52), 1980. Adapted as “Future research on socialization and personality development.” In E. Zigler, M. Lamb, & I. Child,Socialization and personality development (2nd ed., pp. 185–195). New York: Oxford University Press, 1982.

  242. Zigler, E., & Weintraub, E. (1980). Patterning: unproven hope for brain-damaged children.Education and Training of the Mentally Retarded, 15, 247–250.

  243. Aber, J. L., & Zigler, E. (1981). Developmental considerations in the definition of child maltreatment.New Directions for Child Development, 11, 1–29.

  244. Levine, J., & Zigler, E. (1981). The developmental approach to alcoholism: A further investigation.Addicitive Behaviors, 6, 93–98.

  245. Marsh, A., Glick, M., & Zigler, E. (1981). Premorbid social competence and the revolving door phenomenon in psychiatric hospitalization.Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 169, 315–319.

  246. Rescorla, L., & Zigler, E. (1981). The Yale Child Welfare Research Program: Implications for social policy.Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 3, 5–14. Reprinted in E. Zigler, M. Lamb, & I. Child,Socialization and personality development (2nd ed., pp. 306–316). New York: Oxford University Press, 1982.

  247. Rothbaum, F., Zigler, E., & Hyson, M. C. (1981). Modeling, praising, and collaborating: Effects of adult behavior on children of the same sex and opposite sex.Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 31, 403–423.

  248. Stipek, D., Lamb, M., & Zigler, E. (1981, Spring). A measure of children's optimism.Educational and Psychological Measurement, pp. 131–150.

  249. Zigler, E. (1981). Foreword. In R. Rhine,Making schools more effective: New directions from follow-through. New York: Academic Press.

  250. Zigler, E. (1981). A plea to end the use of the patterning treatment for retarded children.American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 51, 388–390. Reprinted inAnnual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development, 1982, 502–506.

  251. Zigler, E., & Anderson, (1981, Fall). Abuse of our children: The socio-political context.UCLA Educator, 23, 14–19.

  252. Zigler, E., & Balla, d. (1981). Recent issues in the developmental approach to mental retardation. In M. P. Friedman, J. P. Das, & N. O'Connor (Eds.),Intelligence and learning (pp. 25–38). New York: Plenum Press.

  253. Zigler, E., & Finn, M. (1981). From problem to solution: Changing public policy as it affects children and families.Young Children, 36(4), 31–32; 55–59. Reprinted in short,Selected readings about curriculum issues in early childhood education. Lexington, MA: Ginn Press, 1985.

  254. Zigler, E., & Kagan, S. L. (1981). The Child Development Associate: A challenge for the 1980s.Young Children, 36(5), 10–15.

  255. Zigler, E., & Levine, J. (1981). Age on first hospitalization of schizophrenics: A developmental approach.Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 90, 458–467.

  256. Zigler, E., & Levine, J. (1981). Premorbid competence in schizophrenia: What is being measured?Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 49, 96–105.

  257. Leathy, R., Balla, d., & Zigler, E. (1982). Role taking, self-image, and imitativeness in mentally retarded and nonretarded individuals.American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 86, 372–379.

  258. Lustman, N., & Zigler, E. (1982). Imitation by institutionalized and noninstitutionalized mentally retarded and nonretarded children.American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 87, 252–258.

  259. Phillips, D. A., & Zigler, E. (1982). Real and ideal self-images in second- and fifth-grade children: Reliability, validity and factorial structure.Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 3, 263–274.

  260. Trickett, P., Apfel, N., Rosenbaum, L., & Zigler, E. (1982). A five-year follow-up of participants in the Yale Child Welfare Program. In E. Zigler & E. Gordon (Eds.),Day care: Scientific and social policy issues (pp. 200–222). Boston, MA: Auburn House.

  261. Weisz, J., Yeates, K., & Zigler, E. (1982). Piagetian evidence and the developmental-difference controversy. In E. Zigler & D. Balla (Eds.),Mental retardation: The developmental-difference controversy (pp. 213–276). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

  262. Zigler, E. (1982, January 29). Head Start's “Perils of Pauline.”New York Times.

  263. Zigler, E. (1982, Fall). Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families.APA Newsletter, p. 24.

  264. Zigler, E. (1982). A trustee's view. Head Start: Current status.Advance, 6, 2–3.

  265. Zigler, E. (1982). Why are there two children's lobbies? InProceedings of the Bush Interest Group/Symposium. New Haven: Yale University. Pp. 90–108.

  266. Zigler, E., Abelson, W. D., Trickett, P. K., & Seitz, V. (1982). Is an intervention program necessary in order to improve economically disadvantaged children's IQ scores?Child Development, 53, 340–348.

  267. Zigler, E., & Balla, D. (1982). Issues in personality and motivation in mentally retarded persons. In M. J. Begab, H. C. Haywood, & H. Garber (Eds.),Psychosocial influences in retarded performance (Vol. 1, pp. 197–218). Baltimore, MD: University Park Press.

  268. Zigler, E., & Balla, D. (1982). Selecting outcome variables in evaluations of early childhood special education programs.Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, 6, 11–22.

  269. Zigler, E., & Cascione, R. (1982). What the study of mental retardation tells us about the gifted.Proceedings of Symposium of Intelligence, November 14–16, 1980. San Juan, Puerto Rico: Inter-American University Press.

  270. Zigler, E., & Finn, M. (1982). A vision of child care in the 1980s. In L. A. Bond & J. M. Joffe (Eds.),Facilitating infant and early child development (pp. 443–465). Hanover, NH: University Press of New England. Reprinted inAnnual editions: Early childhood education. Guilford, CT: Dushkin, 1982. Reprinted in E. Zigler, M. Lamb, & I. Child, Socialization and personality development (2nd ed., pp. 329–340). New York: Oxford University Press, 1982.

  271. Zigler, E., & Goodman, J. (1982). The battle for day care in America: A view from the trenches. In E. Zigler & E. Gordon (Eds.),Day care: Scientific and social policy issues (pp. 338–350). Boston, MA: Auburn House.

  272. Zigler, E., & Kagan, S. L. (1982). Child development knowledge and educational practice: Using what we know. In A. Lieberman & M. McLaughlin (Eds.),Policy making in education (pp. 80–104). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

  273. Zigler, E., Kagan, S. L., & Muenchow, S. (1982). Preventive intervention in the schools. In C. R. Reynolds & t. B. Gutkin (Eds.),Handbook of school psychology (pp. 774–795). New York: Wiley.

  274. Zigler, E., & Meunchow, S. (1982, Summer). Conservative social policy?Policy Review, 21.

  275. Zigler, E., & Seitz, V. (1982). Head Start as a national laboratory.Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 461, 81–90.

  276. Zigler, E., & Seitz, V. (1982). Social policy and intelligence. In R. Sternberg (Ed.),Handbook of human intelligence (pp. 586–641). New York: Cambridge University Press.

  277. Zigler, E., & Turner, P. (1982). Parents and day care workers: A failed partnership? In E. Zigler & E. Gordon (Eds.),Day care: Scientific and social policy issues (pp. 174–182). Boston, MA: Auburn House.

  278. Arnold, L. E., with E. Zigler, B. F. Stoval, L. L. Cunningham, T. Ferguson, & T. Salyer. (1983). Caretaking dilemmas: Five years of interprofessional agony. In L. Arnold (Ed.),Preventing adolescent alienation, (pp. 35–48). Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

  279. Caparulo, B., & Zigler, E. (1983, Spring). The effects of mainstreaming on success expectancy and imitation in mildly retarded children.Peabody Journal of Education, 60, 85–97.

  280. Kagan, S. L., Klugman, E., & Zigler, E. (1983). Creating social policies for children and families: An overview. In E. Zigler, S. L. Kagan, & E. Klugman (Eds.),Children, families and government: Perspectives on American social policy (pp. 3–9). New York: Cambridge University Press.

  281. Kagan, S. L., Klugman, E., & Zigler, E. (1983). Shaping child and family policies: Criteria and strategies for a new decade. In E. Zigler, S. L. Kagan, & E. Klugman (Eds.),Children, families and government: Perspectives on American social policy (pp. 415–438). New York: Cambridge University Press.

  282. Kreitler, S., Zigler, E., & Kreitler, H. (1983). The effects of memory and abstractive integration on children's probability learning.Child Development, 54, 1487–1496.

  283. Ross, C. J., & Zigler, E. (1983). Editorial. Treatment issues in child abuse.Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry, 22, 305–308.

  284. Seitz, V., Apfel, N. H., Rosenbaum, L. K., & Zigler, E. (1983). Long-term effects of Projects Head Start and Follow Through: The New Haven project. In Consortium for Longitudinal Studies (Eds.),As the twig is bent...Lasting effects of preschool programs (pp. 299–332). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

  285. Valentine, J., & Zigler, E. (1983). Head Start: A case study in the development of social policy for children and families. In E. Zigler, S. L. Kagan, & E. Klugman (Eds.),Children, families and government: Perspectives on American social policy (pp. 266–280). New York: Cambridge University Press.

  286. Zigler, E. (1983). Book review [J. L. Matson & R. P. Barrett (Eds.),Psychopathology in the mentally retarded].Applied Research in Mental Retardation, 4, 315.

  287. Zigler, E. (1983, June). School-age day care. Testimony for Senate Children's Caucus Policy Forum, “Latchkey children: Risks and alternatives.”Congressional Record, 129.

  288. Zigler, E. (1983). Understanding child abuse: A dilemma for policy development. In E. Zigler, S. L. Kagan, & E. Klugman (Eds.),Children, families and government: Perspectives on American social policy (pp. 331–352). New York: Cambridge University Press.

  289. Zigler, E.,& Berman, W. (1983). Discerning the future of early childhood intervention.American Psychologist, 38, 894–906. Reprinted inThe prevention of mental-emotion disabilities (Resource papers to the report of the National Mental Health Association Commission on the Prevention of Mental-Emotional Disabilities pp. 51–56). Alexandra, VA: National Mental Health Association, 1986.

  290. Zigler, E., & Finn, M. (1983). A vision of child care in the 1980's: Preventing problems of adolescents. In L. Arnold (Ed.),Preventing adolescent alienation (pp.21–34).Lexington, MA:Lexington.

  291. Zigler, E., &Lang, M. E. (1983).Head Start: Looking toward the future.Young Children 38, 3–6. Reprinted inAnnual editions: Early childhood education (pp. 103–105). Guilford, CT: Dushkin, 1985.

  292. Zigler, E., & Levine, J. (1983). Hallucinations vs. delusions: A developmental approach.Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 171, 141–146.

  293. Zigler, E., & Muenchow, S. (1983). Infant day care and infant-care leaves: A policy vacuum.American Psychologist, 38, 91–94. Reprinted inAnnual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development, 1984, pp. 466–473.

  294. Kagan, S. L., Schreiber, E., & Zigler, E. (1984). Recognizing commonalities—respecting differences. Implications for schooling in the 1980s.Education and Urban Society, 16, 382–389.

  295. Kreitler, S., Zigler, E., & Kreitler, H. (1984). Curiosity and demographic factors as determinants of children's probability learning.Journal of Genetic Psychology, 145, 61–75.

  296. Yando, R., & Zigler, E. (1984). Severely handicapped children and their families: A synthesis. In J. Blacher (Ed.),Severely handicapped young children and their families. Research in review. New York: Academic Press.

  297. Zigler, E. (1984). A developmental theory on mental retardation. In B. Blatt & R. Morris (Eds.),Perspectives in special education: Personal orientations (Vol. 1, pp. 173–209). Santa Monica, CA: Scott, Foresman.

  298. Zigler, E. (1984). Foreword. In B. Biber,Education and psychological development. New Haven: Yale University Press.

  299. Zigler, E. (1984). Issues in the construction of social policy for children and their families.International Journal of Mental Health, 12, 78–86.

  300. Zigler, E. (1984). Meeting the critics on their own terms.American Psychologist, 39, 916–917.

  301. Zigler, E. (1984). Principles of human development and social intervention. In K. VanderVen (Ed.),Perspectives on children and families in the eighties. Pittsburgh, PA: Arsenal Family & Children's Center.

  302. Zigler, E. (1984). [Review of G. B. Melton,Child advocacy: Psychological issues and interventions].Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 172, 634–635.

  303. Zigler, E., Balla, D., & Hodapp, R. M. (1984). On the definition and classification of mental retardation.American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 89, 215–230.

  304. Zigler, E., Balla, D., & Styfco, S. J. (1984). Investigation of the effects of institutionalization on learning and other behaviors. In P. Brooks, C. McCauley, & K. Sperber (Eds.),Learning and cognition in the mentally retarded (pp. 129–140). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

  305. Zigler, E., & Cascione, R. (1984). Mental retardation: An overview. In E. S. Gollin (Ed.),Malformations of development: Biological and psychological sources and consequences (pp. 69–94). New York: Academic Press.

  306. Zigler, E., & Finn, M. (1984). Applied developmental psychology. In M. Bornstein & M. Lamb (Eds.),Developmental psychology: An advanced textbook (pp. 451–492). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

  307. Zigler, E., & Glick, M. (1984). Paranoid schizophrenia: An unorthodox view.American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 54, 43–70.

  308. Zigler, E., & Hall, N. (1984).Child abuse: Using multidisciplinary research to improve measurement and control (Contract No. 1287-4464). Washington DC: National Academy of Sciences.

  309. Zigler, E., & Muenchow, S. (1984). How to influence social policy affecting children and families.American Psychologist, 39, 415–420. Reprinted inAnnual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development, 1985, 603–615.

  310. Alexander, K., Huganir, L., & Zigler, E. (1985). The effects of different living settings on the performance of mentally retarded individuals.American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 90, 9–17.

  311. Berndt, T., & Zigler, E. (1985). Developmental psychology. In G. Kimble & K. Schlesinger (Eds.),Topics in the history of psychology (Vol. 2, pp. 115–150). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Elrbaum.

  312. Glick, M., & Zigler, E. (1985). Self-image: A cognitive-developmental approach. In R. Leahy (Ed.),The development of the self (pp. 1–53). New York: Academic Press.

  313. Glick, M., Zigler, E., & Zigler, B. (1985). Developmental correlates of age at first hospitalization in nonschizophrenic psychiatric patients.Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases, 173, 677–684.

  314. Hodapp, R. M., & Zigler, E. (1985). Placement decisions and their effects on the development of individuals with severe mental retardation.Mental Retardation, 23, 125–130.

  315. Prinderhughes, E., & Zigler, E. (1985). Cognitive and motivational determinants of children's humor responses.Journal of Research in Personality, 19, 185–196.

  316. Zigler, E. (1985). Assessing Head Start at 20: An invited commentary.American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 55, 603–609. Reprinted inAnnual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development, 1986.

  317. Zigler, E. (1985).Dedication to Nicholas Hobbs.Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 14, 178–179.

  318. Zigler, E. (1985). Do four-year-olds belong in kindergarten?Working Parents, 2(6), 8–9; 15.

  319. Zigler, E. (1985). Families in America.Television and Families, 8(1), 1–7. Excerpted inncft Information Service, October 1986, p. 2.

  320. Zigler, E. (1985). Foreword. In L. L'Abate (Ed.),Handbook of family psychology and therapy. Homewood, IL: Dorsey Press.

  321. Zigler, E. (1985). Foreword. In M. Sigman (Ed.),Emotional disorders and developmental disabilities. Orlando, FL: Grune & Stratton.

  322. Zigler, E. (1985). Handicapped children and their families. In E. Schopler & G. Mesibov (Eds.),The effects of autism on the family (pp. 21–39). New York: Plenum Press.

  323. Zigler, E. (1985). Mental retardation. InAmerican academic encyclopedia (pp. 301–302). Danbury, CT: Grolier.

  324. Zigler, E., & Farber, E. (1985). Commonalities between the intellectual extremes: Giftedness and mental retardation. In F. Horowitz & M. O'Brien (Eds.),The gifted and talented: Developmental perspectives (pp. 387–408). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

  325. Zigler, E., & Hall, N. (1985). The child in America: 1984.Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the National Association of Children's Hospitals and Related Institutions (pp. 1-1–1-11). Wilmington, DE, September 19–22, 1984.

  326. Zigler, E., & Hodapp, R. M. (1985). Mental retardation. In J. L. Cavenar (Ed.),Psychiatry (Vol. 2). Philadelphia: Lippincott. Updated in R. Michels & J. O. Cavenar (Eds.),Psychiatry (rev. ed., Vol. 2). Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1987.

  327. Zigler, E., & Lang, M. E. (1985). The emergence of “Superbaby”: A good thing?Pediatric Nursing, 11, 337–341.

  328. Zigler, E., & Muenchow, S. (1985). A room of their own: A proposal to renovate the Children's Bureau.American Psychologist, 40, 953–959.

  329. Zigler, E., & Rescorla, L. (1985). Social science and social policy: The case of social competence as a goal of intervention programs. In R. Kasschau, L. Rehm, & L. Ullman (Eds.),Psychology research, public policy and practice: Toward a productive partnership (pp. 62–94). New York: Praeger.

  330. Zigler, E., & Rubin, N. (1985, November). Why child abuse occurs.Parents Magazine, pp. 102–106; 215–218. Reprinted inAnnual editions: Marriage and family 86/87 (pp. 173–177). Guilford, CT: Dushkin, 1986.

  331. Zigler, E., & Weiss, H. (1985). Family support systems: An ecological approach to child development. In N. Rapoport (Ed.),Children, youth, and families: The action-research relationship (pp. 166–205). New York: Cambridge University Press.

  332. Allen, L., & Zigler, E. (1986). Humor in children: A nonverbal humor test.Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 7, 267–276.

  333. Allen, L., & Zigler, E. (1986). Psychological adjustment of seriously ill children.Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry, 25, 708–712.

  334. Gamble, T. J., & Zigler, E. (1986). Effects of infant day care: Another look at the evidence.American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 56, 26–42. Excerpted in February, & May 1986 issues ofNews for Nannies. Reprinted in E. Zigler & M. Frank (Eds.),The parental leave crisis: Toward a national policy (pp. 77–99). New Haven: Yale University Press, 1988.

  335. Glick, M., & Zigler, E. (1986). Premorbid social competence and psychiatric outcome in male and female nonschizophrenic patients.Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 54, 402–403.

  336. Hodapp, R. M., & Zigler, E. (1986). Reply to Barnett's comments on “The Definition and Classification of Mental Retardation.”American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 91, 117–119.

  337. Kolligian, J., & Zigler, E. (1986). Child abuse and parental social isolation.Child Care Center, 1, 16–19.

  338. Young, K. T., & Zigler, E. (1986). Infant and toddler day care: Regulations and policy implications.American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 56, 43–55. Reprinted in E. Zigler & M. Frank (Eds.),The parental leave crisis: Toward a national policy (pp. 120–140). New Haven: Yale University Press, 1988.

  339. Zigler, E. (1986). Compulsory pre-school for four-year-olds? No.Brown University Human Development Letter, 2, 1–3.

  340. Zigler, E. (1986, April 24). Day care: A quest for quantity and quality.Hartford Courant, p. D11.

  341. Zigler, E. (1986). The family resource movement: No longer the country's best kept secret.Family Resource Coalition Report, 5(3), 9–12.

  342. Zigler, E. (1986). Home-school partnerships: Much needed.School Board News, 6, 2, 5.

  343. Zigler, E. (1986). Infant care leave: A collision of work and family in America.National Council of Jewish Women Journal, 9, 12.

  344. Zigler, E. (1986, Spring). Infant care leave policies: What is possible in the United States?APA Division 37 Newsletter, 9(2), 3.

  345. Zigler, E. (1986). Intelligence: A developmental approach. In R. Sternberg & D. Detterman (Eds.),What is intelligence? (pp. 149–152). Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

  346. Zigler, E. (1986). On the false altar of economy: Caring for our children.Hartford Courant.

  347. Zigler, E. (1986, March 28). Should 4- and 5-year-olds be in school?Christian Science Monitor, pp. B7; B9.

  348. Zigler, E. (1986, May). Should four-year-olds be in school?Principal, 65(5), 10–14.

  349. Zigler, E., Balla, D., & Kossan, N. (1986). Effects of types of institutionalization on responsiveness to social reinforcement, wariness, and outerdirectedness among low-MA residents.American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 91, 10–17.

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Zigler, E. Shaping child care policies and programs in America. Am J Commun Psychol 18, 183–216 (1990). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00931300

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