Robyn Benson

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The authors discuss the role of infant observation in the training of child psychiatrists, emphasizing the overriding importance of the subtle but crucial interactions in the mother-infant relationship. Infant observation is valuable in preparing the student as an observer of behavior, and developmental concepts are taught and learned more easily in(More)
The purpose of this study was to explore the use of extraneous conversation as a distractor while assessing students' level of skill acquisition in the laboratory. The sample consisted of 50 nursing students enrolled in Introduction to Nursing Methods at a large Midwestern university. Subjects were assigned randomly to experimental and control groups.(More)
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