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Open Access Why Not "Crying It Out" Part 2: Can Certain Infant Care Practices Cause Excessive Stress?

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Understanding the importance of responsiveness is an essential foundation for communicating with parents about early care. Helping parents create healthy, responsive environments may benefit from looking at some common parenting practices and how they may impact infants' development. The role of stress experiences is an essential consideration when choosing care. What practices may be more risky for infants and which may be more protective is the focus of Part 2.
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Keywords: 2013; 62-65; CHILD CARE PRACTICES; CLINICAL LACTATION; PARENT-CENTERED; RESPONSIVENESS; STRESS; VOL 4-2

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: June 1, 2013

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