Mother-infant synchrony during infant feeding.

@article{Reyna2012MotherinfantSD,
  title={Mother-infant synchrony during infant feeding.},
  author={Barbara A Reyna and Lisa F. Brown and Rita H. Pickler and Barbara J. Myers and Janet B Younger},
  journal={Infant behavior & development},
  year={2012},
  volume={35 4},
  pages={669-77}
}
PURPOSE The purpose of this study was to test a coding system, the Maternal-Infant Synchrony Scale (MISS), for assessing synchrony of feeding interaction between a mother and her preterm infant. The secondary aim was to describe mother and preterm infant synchrony during feeding and the change over time. METHODS A descriptive, longitudinal design using data collected during an earlier study was employed, using a sample dataset from 10 mother-infant dyads that completed three data collection… CONTINUE READING

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