Developmental Approach to Injury Prevention
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Children's developmentally diverse temperament, motivation, and competencies, when viewed through the lens of the agent-host-environment model, help us understand the child's contribution to the occurrence of injury. Pediatricians can use this information to individualize their safety counseling.
Zuckerman, B. S.,
& Duby, J. C.
(1985). Developmental Approach to Injury Prevention. Pediatric Clinics of North America, 32 (1), 17-29.