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The development of the infant and young child
The development of the infant and young child , The development of the infant and young child , کتابخانه دیجیتال جندی شاپور اهواز
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'Three Months' Colic'
In the first three months of life, rhythmic attacks of screaming, which are almost entirely confined to the evenings and cannot be explained by any of the known causes of crying, are a troublesomeExpand
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THE CRITICAL OR SENSITIVE PERIOD, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO CERTAIN FEEDING PROBLEMS IN INFANTS AND CHILDREN.
Children should be given solids to chew at a time when they are developmentally ready: in an average child this age is 6 to 7 months. If they are not given solids then (as distinct from thickenedExpand
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Infantile colic revisited.
Depuis la revue publiee par l'auteur voici 30 ans, peu de progres ont ete realisees sur ces «coliques du nourrisson» ou «coliques du 3eme mois» ou «coliques vesperales». Une definition clinique aussiExpand
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Worldwide Variation in Human Growth
Now that the rate of investment in perinatology may be slowing down the other borderland, between childhood and adult life, is due for more organized exploration, development, and profit-taking byExpand
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Delayed Visual Maturation
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Self-demand feeding in a maternity unit.
It is possible that a rigid feeding schedule could have a harmful effect on the establishment of lactation. The higher incidence of successful lactation in primitive communities than in moreExpand
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The Diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy in the First Year of Life
  • R. Illingworth
  • Medicine
  • Developmental medicine and child neurology
  • 1 April 1966
A routine examination of every baby in the welfare clinic or hospital, taking a few minutes only, will be enough to pick out the infants with cerebral palsy or mental sub‐normality of any but theExpand
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Crying in Infants and Children*
He may cry before birth. There have been numerous reports in the literature about infants crying in uterothe so-called vagitus uterinus. King and Bourgeois (1947) collected 125 cases from theExpand
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