Long-term effect on mother-infant behaviour of extra contact during the first hour post partum. II. A follow-up at three months.


Primiparous mothers and their infants who had an extra 15-20 minutes' suckling and skin to skin contact during the first hour after delivery, behaved differently at 36 hours post partum compared with a control group without this extra contact. The present study is a 3-month follow-up of these mothers and infants by means of direct observation of mother… (More)


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