The attachment connection : parenting a secure & confident child using the science of attachment theory (Book, 2008) [University of Maryland, College Park]
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The attachment connection : parenting a secure & confident child using the science of attachment theory

Author: Ruth P Newton
Publisher: Oakland, CA : New Harbinger Publications, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Looks at parent-child attachment during the first five years of a child's development and discusses ways parents can foster secure attachment, promote healthy social skills, and regulate a child's emotions.
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Genre/Form: Popular Works
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ruth P Newton
ISBN: 9781572245204 1572245204
OCLC Number: 166372687
Description: xvi, 223 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Attachment matters --
What's behind the face --
Crossing into a new ocean : pregnancy, birth, and the newborn period --
We're still breathing! : the two-month-old --
There is someone in there! : the four-month-old --
Knowing the clan : the six-month-old --
There's a stranger amongst us! : the nine-month-old --
Free at last : the twelve-month-old --
I think, therefore I am: the eighteen-month-old --
Where did he hear that word? : the two-year-old --
Shifting to the left : the three-year-old --
I can do it myself : the four-year-old --
Baby on the go.
Responsibility: Ruth P. Newton.

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Despite what child-development fads may claim, a child's future cognitive ability depends more on the emotional attunement between the parent and child than it does on cognitive stimulation, such as  Read more...
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