The gripe: an integrative approach to infant colic.

  title={The gripe: an integrative approach to infant colic.},
  author={L. Rosen},
  volume={3 4},
  • L. Rosen
  • Published 2007
  • Medicine
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  • S T m p o p p abies cry. In fact, crying is considered part of normal infant development. Noted psychologist Gwen Gustafson offers this scienific explanation: “Neonatal crying is a pecies-specific behavior which achieves ts likely evolutionary function (infant surival) by reliably eliciting responses from aregivers.” The great behavioral observer harles Darwin described his own baby’s istress in superb biological detail: “With ne of my own infants, from his eighth ay and for some time… CONTINUE READING
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