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The earliest relationship. Parents, infants and the drama of early attachment. Bertrand G. Cramer and T. Berry Brazelton.

Contributor(s): Brazelton, T Berry | Cramer, Bertrand G.
Publisher: London, Karnac Books, 1991Description: xix, 252p.ISBN: 1781810532; 9781781810538; 1849401047; 9781849401043; 1855750058.Subject(s): NURTURANCE : DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY IMM T | PARENT-CHILD RELATIONS : DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY IMM TOther classification: IMM T Online resources: Fulltext available via Ebscohost - Shibboleth login required (unlimited users) | Available via MyiLibrary - Shibboleth Login required (2 users)
Contents:
Pregnancy: the birth of attachment -- The newborn as participant -- Observing early interaction -- Imaginary interactions -- Understanding the earliest relationship: a complementary approach to infant assessment.
Summary: Provides insights into behaviors expressed between parents and their infant children from conception and how these behaviors affect the child's development.
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Pregnancy: the birth of attachment -- The newborn as participant -- Observing early interaction -- Imaginary interactions -- Understanding the earliest relationship: a complementary approach to infant assessment.

Provides insights into behaviors expressed between parents and their infant children from conception and how these behaviors affect the child's development.

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