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In addition to Bronfenbrenner's bioecological model, the study draws on a constructivist paradigm.
Our understanding of how parental PTSD interacts with the family and environmental contexts is informed by Bronfenbrenner's (1979) social-ecological and more recent bioecological models of human behavior and development (Bronfenbrenner & Morris, 2007).
Bioecological studies have indicated that the feijoa is one of the most preferred hosts for this fruit fly species (Kovaleski et al.
The Bioecological Theory of Human Development (BTHD) highlights the importance of person resources and family, school and community contexts for healthy development in early adolescence (Bronfenbrenner & Morris, 1998; Eccles & Roeser, 2011).
In his bioecological model of human development, Bronfenbrenner (1979) noted that the level of impact that environmental influences can have on an individual would depend on four interrelated factors: proximal processes, personal and biological characteristics, contextual influences, and the element of time (Bronfenbrenner & Morris, 1998).
Species belonging to the genus Neosilba were also found infesting guava in the city of Pelotas and Campo Leao, RS (NUNES et al., 2012), showing that lonchaeidae are widely distributed in Brazil, deserving greater attention in bioecological studies of frugivorous flies.
"But we are the first in Europe in the production of bioecological food, wherein food safety is one of our priorities," said Escobar.
Bioecological and population studies of the cottony-cushion scale, Icerya purchasi Mask., and its natural enemies, Rodolia cardinaIis Mul.
The aim of this survey is to determine the growth parameters and some bioecological features of red mullet (Mullus barbatus L., 1758) population distributed in the bight of Gulbahce.
(2015), much of this research is framed by relational developmental systems-based models of individual [??] context relations (Overton, 2015), such as the bioecological model proposed by Bronfenbrenner (2005; Bronfenbrenner & Morris, 2006).
Bronfenbrenner demonstrated in his bioecological model of human development that each of us develops within the micro and mesosystems of the home, school, neighbourhood and immediate family and those relationships are reciprocal, interactive and influential (in Bronfenbrenner & Morris, 2007).
Within that overarching theme, two subcategories were identified: sociocognitive behaviors that develop in infants and children as a result of social interactions and bioecological factors that contribute to linguistic and emergent literacy development of infants and children.