Publications of David V. Baldwin, PhD


Baldwin, D. V. (1983). Neonatal mother-infant interaction in pigtailed macaques (Macaca nemestrina) differing in maternal parity and reproductive risk. (Doctoral dissertation, University of Washington). Dissertation Abstracts International, 1984, 44(11), p. 3549B. (University Microfilms no. 84-04,882.)

Internet Web Site

Baldwin, D. V. (Author/Editor) Trauma Information Pages. [Since 19 May 1995.] WWW URL:

Journal Articles

[NOTE: For a selected list of publiations, see my Vita.]

Winters, J. J. & Baldwin, D. V. (1971). Development of two- and three-dimensional size constancy under restricted cue conditions. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 88, 113-118.

Baldwin, D. V. & Suomi, S. J. (1974). Reactions of infant monkeys to social and nonsocial stimuli. Folia Primatologica, 22, 307-314.

Baldwin, D. V. (1976). Educational evaluation and program improvement. Adherent, 3, 30-37.

Baldwin, D. V. (1984). Diversity of neonatal mother-infant interaction and outcome assessment in pigtailed macaque (Macaca nemestrina) dyads differing in maternal parity and reproductive risk [Abstract]. American Journal of Primatology, 6, 397

Baldwin, D. V. (1985). Neonatal interactions in pigtailed macaque (Macaca nemestrina) dyads: Influence on rearing success, infant weight change, and behavioral response to reunion with mother. Primates, 26, 45-56.

Reid, J. B., Kavanagh, K. & Baldwin, D. V. (1987). Abusive parents' perception of child problem behaviors: an example of parental bias. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 15, 457-466.

Chamberlain, P. & Baldwin, D. V. (1988). Client resistance to parent training: its therapeutic management. In T. R. Kratochwill (Ed.) Advances in School Psychology, 6, 131-171. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Baldwin, D. V. & Skinner, M. L. (1989). Structural model for antisocial behavior: Generalization to single-mother families. Developmental Psychology, 25, 45-50.

Baldwin, D. V. (1997). Innovation, controversy, and consensus in traumatology. Traumatology, 3(1).

Baldwin, D. V. (2013). Primitive mechanisms of trauma response: An evolutionary perspective on trauma-related disorders. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 37(8), 1549-1566.  External URL:

Book Chapters

Sackett, G. P., Gunderson, V. M. & Baldwin, D. V. (1982). Studying the ontogeny of primate behavior. In J. Fobes & J. King (Eds.), Primate Behavior, pp. 135-169. New York City: Academic Press.

Baldwin, D. V. (1984). Assessing significance in early dyadic interactions: A comparative perspective. In L. Feagans, C. Garvey, & R. Golinkoff (Eds.), The Origins and Growth of Communication, pp. 30-56. Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing.

Reid, J. B., Baldwin, D. V., Patterson, G. R. & Dishion, T. (1988). Observations in the assessment of childhood disorders. In M. Rutter, H. Tuma, & I. Lann (Eds.) Assessment and Diagnosis in Child Psychopathology, pp. 156-195. New York City: Guilford Press.

Book Reviews

Sackett, G. P. & Baldwin, D. V. (1984). Comparative psychological pathology: A human model of primate abusive behavior. [Review of Child Abuse: the nonhuman primate data (Martin Reite & Nancy Caine, Eds.)]. Contemporary Psychology, 29, 781-782.

Baldwin, D. V. (1985). [Review of Preschool Children with Working Parents: An analysis of attachment relationships (by Nancy Boyd Webb)]. Child Development Abstracts and Bibliography, 59, 220-221.

Baldwin, D. V. (1986). [Review of Developmental Theory and Clinical Process (by Fred Pine)]. Child Development Abstracts and Bibliography, 60, 120.

Baldwin, D. V. (1986). [Review of The Development of Expressive Behavior: Biology-environment interactions. (Gail Zivin, Ed.)]. Child Development Abstracts and Bibliography, 60, 354-355.

Baldwin, D. V. (1987). [Review of Temperament in Clinical Practice (by Stella Chess and Alexander Thomas)]. Child Development Abstracts and Bibliography, 61, 309.

Baldwin, D. V. (1989). [Review of Sociobiological Perspectives on Human Development (Kevin MacDonald, Ed.)]. Child Development Abstracts and Bibliography, 63, 263-264.

Baldwin, D. V. (1996). EMDR Explained: A Way of "Keeping Our Hearts Open in Hell". [Review of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing: principles, protocols and practices (by Francine Shapiro)]. Contemporary Psychology, 41(9), 878-879.


(Last revised: December 2013)