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Parenting New Gen

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PREGNANCY, CHILDBIRTH AND NEW BABY CARE

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FIRST STEPS- MY BABY PICTURE BOOK

  1. Bates E, Dick F: Language, gesture and the developing brain. Dev Psychobiol 2002; 40:293-310
  2. Brazelton T B. Behavioral competence of the newborn infant. In P M Taylor (ed). Parent Infant Relationship. New York. Grune and Stratton 1980.
  3. Brazelton TB. Neurobehavioural assessment scale. Philadelphia: JB Lippincott Co, 1973
  4. Curnock D. The senses of the newborn. Br. Med. J. 1982; 2:1478.
  5. Fox NA, Henderson HA, Rubin KH, et al: Continuity and discontinuity of behavioral inhibitions and exuberance: Psychophysiological and Behavioral influences across the first four years of life. Child Dev 2001; 721-21
  6. Illingworth R S. The Development of the Infant and Young Child 9th Edn. London. Churchill Livingston. 1987; 52
  7. Lawrence RA: Breast Feeding, a Guide for the Medical Profession, 4th ed. St Louis CV, Mosby, 1994.
  8. McClelland D B, McGrath J. Samson RR. Antimicrobial factors in human milk. Acta Pediatr Scand. Suppl 271. 1978.
  9. Philipp BL, Merewood A, Miller LW et al Baby-friendly hospital initiative improves breastfeeding initiation rates in a US hospital setting Pediatrics 2001; 1086:677-81
  10. Regelado M, Halfon N: Primary care promoting optimal child development from birth to age 3 years. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 2001; 155:1311-22
  11. Tanner-JM, Whitehouse RH, Takaishi M. Standard from birth to maturity for height, weight, height velocity, and weight velocity. Arch. Dis. Child. 1966; 41:450,613.
  12. Truby H, Lind J. Cry sounds of the newborn infant. Acta Pediatr Scand. Suppl 163. 1965; 1-128.
  13. Wake M, Hesketh K, Lucas J: Teething and tooth eruption in infants: A cohort study. Pediatrics 2000; 106:1374
  14. Work Group on Breastfeeding, American Academy of Pediatrics: Breastfeeding and the use of human milk. Pediatrics 1997; 100:1035-39.
  15. Zuckerman B S, Frank DA, Augustyn M: Infancy and Toddler years. In Levine MD, Carey WB, Crocker AC (editors): Developmental- Behavioural Pediatrics, 3rd ed. Philadelphia, WB Saunders, 1999, pp 24-37.

FIRST YEAR 1-12 MONTHS

  1. American Academy of Pediatrics: Committee on Injury Prevention and Poison Prevention: Injury Prevention and Control for Children and Youth, 3rd ed. Elk Grove Village, IL, American Academy of Pediatrics 1977.
  2. Bates E, Dick F: Language, gesture and the developing brain. Dev Psychobiol 2002; 40:293-310
  3. Brazelton T B. Behavioral competence of the newborn infant. In P M Taylor (ed). Parent Infant Relationship. New York. Grune and Stratton 1980.
  4. Brazelton TB, Cramer BG: The Earliest Relationship. Reading, MA, Addison-Wesley Publishing, 1990.
  5. Brazelton TB. Neurobehavioral assessment scale. Philadelphia: JB Lippincott Co, 1973
  6. Chiavello C, Christopher R, Bond G: Infant walker related injuries. A prospective study of severity and incidence. Pediatrics 1994; 93:974-76.
  7. Cohn JF, Tronick EZ: Three month old infant’s reaction to simulated maternal deprivation. Child Dev 1983; 54:185.
  8. Committee on Injury Prevention and Poison Prevention 1989-90. Pediatrics 1990; 83:1070
  9. Curnock D. The senses of the newborn. Br. Med. J. 1982; 2:1478.
  10. Dixon SD: Two years: Language emerges. In Dixon SD, Stein MT (Editors): Encounters with Children: Pediatric Behavior and Development. St Louis, Mosby, 2000, pp300-26
  11. Erickson EH: Childhood and Society 2nd ed. New York, WW Norton 1963
  12. Fox NA, Henderson HA, Rubin KH, et al: Continuity and discontinuity of behavioral inhibitions and exuberance: Psychophysiological and Behavioral influences across the first four years of life. Child Dev 2001; 721-21
  13. Fraiberg S: The Magic Years. New York, Scribner’s, 1959
  14. Friedman SB, Schonberg SK (editors): The Short- and Long-term Consequences of Corporal Punishment. Supplement to Pediatrics 1996; 98:803-58.
  15. Illingworth R S. The Development of the Infant and Young Child 9 th Edn. London. Churchill Livingston. 1987; 52
  16. Lawrence RA: Breast Feeding, a Guide for the Medical Profession, 4th ed. St Louis CV, Mosby, 1994.
  17. Lieberman AF : The Emotional Life of the Toddler. New York Free Press, 1993
  18. Mahler MS, Pine S, Bergman A: The Psychological Birth of the Infant. London, Hutchinson, 1975
  19. McClelland D B, McGrath J. Samson RR. Antimicrobial factors in human milk. Acta Pediatr Scand. Suppl 271. 1978.
  20. McLennan JD, Ketelchuch M: Parental prevention practices for young children in context of maternal depression. Pediatrics 2000; 105:1090.
  21. Morgan C, Blumberg D, Cherry J. et al Comparison of acelluar and whole-cell pertussis content of DPT vaccine. Am J Dis. Child. 1990; 144:41
  22. PhilippBL, Merewood A, Miller LW et al Baby-friendly hospital initiative improves breastfeeding initiation rates in a US hospital setting Pediatrics 2001; 1086:677-81
  23. Regelado M, Halfon N: Primary care promoting optimal child development from birth to age 3 years. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 2001; 155:1311-22
  24. Schickedanz JA: Much More than the ABCS: The early stages of Reading and Writing. Washington, DC: National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), 1999.
  25. Starr S E Varicella vaccine for healthy children. Pediatr. 1989; 84:1097.
  26. Stutton R G A, Merson M H. Oral Typhoid Vaccine. Lancet 1983; i: 523.
  27. Tanner-JM, Whitehouse RH, Takaishi M. Standard from birth to maturity for height, weight, height velocity, and weight velocity. Arch. Dis. Child. 1966; 41:450,613.
  28. Truby H, Lind J. Cry sounds of the newborn infant. Acta Pediatr Scand. Suppl 163. 1965; 1-128.
  29. Wake M, Hesketh K, Lucas J: Teething and tooth eruption in infants: A cohort study. Pediatrics 2000; 106:1374
  30. Work Group on Breastfeeding, American Academy of Pediatrics: Breastfeeding and the use of human milk. Pediatrics 1997; 100:1035-39.
  31. Zuckerman B S, Frank DA, Augustyn M: Infancy and Toddler years. In Levine MD, Carey WB, Crocker AC (editors): Developmental- Behavioural Pediatrics, 3rd ed. Philadelphia, WB Saunders, 1999, pp 24-37.

HEALTHY BABY CARE –ITS NATURAL BREAST FEEDING BABY

  1. Bates E, Dick F: Language, gesture and the developing brain. Dev Psychobiol 2002; 40:293-310.
  2. Brazelton T B. Behavioral competence of the newborn infant. In P M Taylor (ed). Parent Infant Relationship. New York. Grune and Stratton 1980.
  3. CDC Growth charts: United States From: URL:http/www.cdc.gov.(CDC) 2000 Growth Charts – new growth charts-(NCHS)-Recent ethnic and economic cross-section of children -both formula-fed and breastfed infants.
  4. GoldinG J. Limerick S, Macfarlane. Sudden infant death. Shepton Mallet. Open Books. 1985.
  5. Hinman A R, Orenstien W A. Immunization practice in developed countries Lancet 1990; i:707.
  6. Illingworth R S. Infantile colic revisited. Arch. Dis. Child. 1985; 60:980.
  7. Lawrence RA: Breast Feeding, a Guide for the Medical Profession, 4th ed. St Louis CV, Mosby, 1994.
  8. McClelland D B, McGrath J. Samson RR. Antimicrobial factors in human milk. Acta Pediatr Scand. Suppl 271. 1978.
  9. Philipp BL, Merewood A, Miller LW et al Baby-friendly hospital initiative improves breastfeeding initiation rates in a US hospital setting Pediatrics 2001; 1086:677-81.
  10. Regelado M, Halfon N: Primary care promoting optimal child development from birth to age 3 years. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 2001; 155:1311-22.
  11. Truby H, Lind J. Cry sounds of the newborn infant. Acta Pediatr Scand. Suppl 163. 1965; 1-128.
  12. Underwood B S, Hofwander Y. Appropriate timing for complementary feeding of the breast fed infant. Acta Pediatr Scand. Suppl 294. 1982.
  13. Wake M, Hesketg K, Lucas J: Teething and tooth eruption in infants; A cohort study. Pediatrics 2000, 106:1374.
  14. Work Group on Breastfeeding, American Academy of Pediatrics: Breastfeeding and the use of human milk. Pediatrics 1997; 100:1035-39.
  15. Zuckerman B S, Frank DA, Augustyn M: Infancy and Toddler years. In Levine MD, Carey WB, Crocker AC (editors): Developmental- Behavioural Pediatrics, 3rd ed. Philadelphia, WB Saunders, 1999, pp 24-37.

TODDLERHOOD 1-3 YEARS

  1. American Academy of Pediatrics: Committee on Injury Prevention and Poison Prevention: Injury Prevention and Control for Children and Youth, 3rd ed. Elk Grove Village, IL, American Academy of Pediatrics 1977.
  2. Bates E, Dick F: Language, gesture and the developing brain. Dev Psychobiol 2002; 40:293-310
  3. Chiavello C, Christopher R, Bond G: Infant walker related injuries. A prospective study of severity and incidence. Pediatrics 1994; 93:974-76.
  4. Committee on Injury Prevention and Poison Prevention 1989-90. Pediatrics 1990; 83:1070
  5. Dixon SD: Two years: Language emerges. In Dixon SD, Stein MT (Editors): Encounters with Children: Pediatric Behavior and Development. St Louis, Mosby, 2000, pp300-26
  6. Erickson EH: Childhood and Society 2nd ed. New York, WW Norton 1963
  7. Fox NA, Henderson HA, Rubin KH, et al: Continuity and discontinuity of behavioral inhibitions and exuberance: Psychophysiological and Behavioral influences across the first four years of life. Child Dev 2001; 721-21
  8. Fraiberg S: The Magic Years. New York, Scribner’s, 1959
  9. Friedman SB, Schonberg SK (editors): The Short- and Long-term Consequences of Corporal Punishment. Supplement to Pediatrics 1996; 98:803-58.
  10. Illingworth R S. The Development of the Infant and Young Child 9th Edn. London. Churchill Livingston. 1987; 52
  11. Lieberman AF: The Emotional Life of the Toddler. New York Free Press, 1993
  12. McIntosh B J. Spoiled child syndrome. Pediatrics 1989; 83:108.
  13. McLennan JD, Ketelchuch M: Parental prevention practices for young children in context of maternal depression. Pediatrics 2000; 105:1090.
  14. Morgan C, Blumberg D, Cherry J. et al Comparison of acelluar and whole-cell pertussis content of DPT vaccine. Am J Dis. Child. 1990; 144:41
  15. Regelado M, Halfon N: Primary care promoting optimal child development from birth to age 3 years. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 2001; 155:1311-22
  16. Schickedanz JA: Much More than the ABCS: The early stages of Reading and Writing. Washington, DC: National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), 1999.
  17. Schmidt BD: How to deal with temper tantrums. Contemp Pediatr 1989; 6:39.
  18. Schum TR, McAulliffe TL, Simms MD, et al: Factors associated with toilet training in the 1990s. Ambulatory Pediatrics 2001; 1:79
  19. Starr S E Varicella vaccine for healthy children. Pediatr. 1989; 84:1097.
  20. Stutton R G A, Merson M H. Oral Typhoid Vaccine. Lancet 1983; i: 523.
  21. Tanguay PE: Pervasive developmental disorders: A 10-year review. J Am Acad Child Psychiatry 1999; 39:1079-95
  22. Tanner-JM, Whitehouse RH, Takaishi M. Standard from birth to maturity for height, weight, height velocity, and weight velocity. Arch. Dis. Child. 1966; 41:450,613.
  23. Wake M, Hesketh K, Lucas J: Teething and tooth eruption in infants: A cohort study. Pediatrics 2000; 106:1374
  24. Whitmore K, Hart H, Willems G (eds): A Neurodevelopmental Approach to specific Learning Disorders. Cambridge, UK, MacKeith Press, 1999.
  25. Zuckerman B S, Frank DA, Augustyn M: Infancy and Toddler years. In Levine MD, Carey WB, Crocker AC (editors): Developmental- Behavioural Pediatrics, 3rd ed. Philadelphia, WB Saunders, 1999, pp 24-37.
  26. Zuckerman D M., Zuckerman B S. Television impact on children. Pediatr. 1985; 75:233

FIRST YEAR 1-12 MONTHS

  1. American Academy of Pediatrics: Committee on Injury Prevention and Poison Prevention: Injury Prevention and Control for Children and Youth, 3rd ed. Elk Grove Village, IL, American Academy of Pediatrics 1977.
  2. Bates E, Dick F: Language, gesture and the developing brain. Dev Psychobiol 2002; 40:293-310
  3. Brazelton T B. Behavioral competence of the newborn infant. In P M Taylor (ed). Parent Infant Relationship. New York. Grune and Stratton 1980.
  4. Brazelton TB, Cramer BG: The Earliest Relationship. Reading, MA, Addison-Wesley Publishing, 1990.
  5. Brazelton TB. Neurobehavioral assessment scale. Philadelphia: JB Lippincott Co, 1973
  6. Chiavello C, Christopher R, Bond G: Infant walker related injuries. A prospective study of severity and incidence. Pediatrics 1994; 93:974-76.
  7. Cohn JF, Tronick EZ: Three month old infant’s reaction to simulated maternal deprivation. Child Dev 1983; 54:185.
  8. Committee on Injury Prevention and Poison Prevention 1989-90. Pediatrics 1990; 83:1070
  9. Curnock D. The senses of the newborn. Br. Med. J. 1982; 2:1478.
  10. Dixon SD: Two years: Language emerges. In Dixon SD, Stein MT (Editors): Encounters with Children: Pediatric Behavior and Development. St Louis, Mosby, 2000, pp300-26
  11. Erickson EH: Childhood and Society 2nd ed. New York, WW Norton 1963
  12. Fox NA, Henderson HA, Rubin KH, et al: Continuity and discontinuity of behavioral inhibitions and exuberance: Psychophysiological and Behavioral influences across the first four years of life. Child Dev 2001; 721-21
  13. Fraiberg S: The Magic Years. New York, Scribner’s, 1959
  14. Friedman SB, Schonberg SK (editors): The Short- and Long-term Consequences of Corporal Punishment. Supplement to Pediatrics 1996; 98:803-58.
  15. Illingworth R S. The Development of the Infant and Young Child 9 th Edn. London. Churchill Livingston. 1987; 52
  16. Lawrence RA: Breast Feeding, a Guide for the Medical Profession, 4th ed. St Louis CV, Mosby, 1994.
  17. Lieberman AF : The Emotional Life of the Toddler. New York Free Press, 1993
  18. Mahler MS, Pine S, Bergman A: The Psychological Birth of the Infant. London, Hutchinson, 1975
  19. McClelland D B, McGrath J. Samson RR. Antimicrobial factors in human milk. Acta Pediatr Scand. Suppl 271. 1978.
  20. McLennan JD, Ketelchuch M: Parental prevention practices for young children in context of maternal depression. Pediatrics 2000; 105:1090.
  21. Morgan C, Blumberg D, Cherry J. et al Comparison of acelluar and whole-cell pertussis content of DPT vaccine. Am J Dis. Child. 1990; 144:41
  22. PhilippBL, Merewood A, Miller LW et al Baby-friendly hospital initiative improves breastfeeding initiation rates in a US hospital setting Pediatrics 2001; 1086:677-81
  23. Regelado M, Halfon N: Primary care promoting optimal child development from birth to age 3 years. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 2001; 155:1311-22
  24. Schickedanz JA: Much More than the ABCS: The early stages of Reading and Writing. Washington, DC: National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), 1999.
  25. Starr S E Varicella vaccine for healthy children. Pediatr. 1989; 84:1097.
  26. Stutton R G A, Merson M H. Oral Typhoid Vaccine. Lancet 1983; i: 523.
  27. Tanner-JM, Whitehouse RH, Takaishi M. Standard from birth to maturity for height, weight, height velocity, and weight velocity. Arch. Dis. Child. 1966; 41:450,613.
  28. Truby H, Lind J. Cry sounds of the newborn infant. Acta Pediatr Scand. Suppl 163. 1965; 1-128.
  29. Wake M, Hesketh K, Lucas J: Teething and tooth eruption in infants: A cohort study. Pediatrics 2000; 106:1374
  30. Work Group on Breastfeeding, American Academy of Pediatrics: Breastfeeding and the use of human milk. Pediatrics 1997; 100:1035-39.
  31. Zuckerman B S, Frank DA, Augustyn M: Infancy and Toddler years. In Levine MD, Carey WB, Crocker AC (editors): Developmental- Behavioural Pediatrics, 3rd ed. Philadelphia, WB Saunders, 1999, pp 24-37.

FIRST STEPS-BABY BOOKLET

  1. Bates E, Dick F: Language, gesture and the developing brain. Dev Psychobiol 2002; 40:293-310
  2. Brazelton T B. Behavioral competence of the newborn infant. In P M Taylor (ed). Parent Infant Relationship. New York. Grune and Stratton 1980.
  3. Brazelton TB. Neurobehavioural assessment scale. Philadelphia: JB Lippincott Co, 1973
  4. Curnock D. The senses of the newborn. Br. Med. J. 1982; 2:1478.
  5. Fox NA, Henderson HA, Rubin KH, et al: Continuity and discontinuity of behavioral inhibitions and exuberance: Psychophysiological and Behavioral influences across the first four years of life. Child Dev 2001; 721-21
  6. Illingworth R S. The Development of the Infant and Young Child 9th Edn. London. Churchill Livingston. 1987; 52
  7. Lawrence RA: Breast Feeding, a Guide for the Medical Profession, 4th ed. St Louis CV, Mosby, 1994.
  8. McClelland D B, McGrath J. Samson RR. Antimicrobial factors in human milk. Acta Pediatr Scand. Suppl 271. 1978.
  9. Philipp BL, Merewood A, Miller LW et al Baby-friendly hospital initiative improves breastfeeding initiation rates in a US hospital setting Pediatrics 2001; 1086:677-81
  10. Regelado M, Halfon N: Primary care promoting optimal child development from birth to age 3 years. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 2001; 155:1311-22
  11. Tanner-JM, Whitehouse RH, Takaishi M. Standard from birth to maturity for height, weight, height velocity, and weight velocity. Arch. Dis. Child. 1966; 41:450,613.
  12. Truby H, Lind J. Cry sounds of the newborn infant. Acta Pediatr Scand. Suppl 163. 1965; 1-128.
  13. Wake M, Hesketh K, Lucas J: Teething and tooth eruption in infants: A cohort study. Pediatrics 2000; 106:1374
  14. Work Group on Breastfeeding, American Academy of Pediatrics: Breastfeeding and the use of human milk. Pediatrics 1997; 100:1035-39.
  15. Zuckerman B S, Frank DA, Augustyn M: Infancy and Toddler years. In Levine MD, Carey WB, Crocker AC (editors): Developmental- Behavioural Pediatrics, 3rd ed. Philadelphia, WB Saunders, 1999, pp 24-37.

EFFECTIVE DISCIPLINE

  1. American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Psychosocial Aspects of Child and Family Health: Guidance for effective discipline. Pediatrics 1998; 101:723.
  2. Culbertson JL, Newman JE. Willis DJ. Childhood and adolescent psychological development. Pediatr Clin North Am 2003; 50:741-64.
  3. Friedman SB, Schonberg SK (editors): The Short- and Long-term Consequences of Corporal Punishment. Supplement to Pediatrics 1996; 98:803-58.
  4. Macdonald EK. Principles of behavioral assessment and development. Pediatr Clin North Am 2003;50:801-16

TODDLERHOOD 1-3 YEARS

  1. American Academy of Pediatrics: Committee on Injury Prevention and Poison Prevention: Injury Prevention and Control for Children and Youth, 3rd ed. Elk Grove Village, IL, American Academy of Pediatrics 1977.
  2. Bates E, Dick F: Language, gesture and the developing brain. Dev Psychobiol 2002; 40:293-310
  3. Chiavello C, Christopher R, Bond G: Infant walker related injuries. A prospective study of severity and incidence. Pediatrics 1994; 93:974-76.
  4. Committee on Injury Prevention and Poison Prevention 1989-90. Pediatrics 1990; 83:1070
  5. Dixon SD: Two years: Language emerges. In Dixon SD, Stein MT (Editors): Encounters with Children: Pediatric Behavior and Development. St Louis, Mosby, 2000, pp300-26
  6. Erickson EH: Childhood and Society 2nd ed. New York, WW Norton 1963
  7. Fox NA, Henderson HA, Rubin KH, et al: Continuity and discontinuity of behavioral inhibitions and exuberance: Psychophysiological and Behavioral influences across the first four years of life. Child Dev 2001; 721-21
  8. Fraiberg S: The Magic Years. New York, Scribner’s, 1959
  9. Friedman SB, Schonberg SK (editors): The Short- and Long-term Consequences of Corporal Punishment. Supplement to Pediatrics 1996; 98:803-58.
  10. Illingworth R S. The Development of the Infant and Young Child 9th Edn. London. Churchill Livingston. 1987; 52
  11. Lieberman AF: The Emotional Life of the Toddler. New York Free Press, 1993
  12. McIntosh B J. Spoiled child syndrome. Pediatrics 1989; 83:108.
  13. McLennan JD, Ketelchuch M: Parental prevention practices for young children in context of maternal depression. Pediatrics 2000; 105:1090.
  14. Morgan C, Blumberg D, Cherry J. et al Comparison of acelluar and whole-cell pertussis content of DPT vaccine. Am J Dis. Child. 1990; 144:41
  15. Regelado M, Halfon N: Primary care promoting optimal child development from birth to age 3 years. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 2001; 155:1311-22
  16. Schickedanz JA: Much More than the ABCS: The early stages of Reading and Writing. Washington, DC: National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), 1999.
  17. Schmidt BD: How to deal with temper tantrums. Contemp Pediatr 1989; 6:39.
  18. Schum TR, McAulliffe TL, Simms MD, et al: Factors associated with toilet training in the 1990s. Ambulatory Pediatrics 2001; 1:79
  19. Starr S E Varicella vaccine for healthy children. Pediatr. 1989; 84:1097.
  20. Stutton R G A, Merson M H. Oral Typhoid Vaccine. Lancet 1983; i: 523.
  21. Tanguay PE: Pervasive developmental disorders: A 10-year review. J Am Acad Child Psychiatry 1999; 39:1079-95
  22. Tanner-JM, Whitehouse RH, Takaishi M. Standard from birth to maturity for height, weight, height velocity, and weight velocity. Arch. Dis. Child. 1966; 41:450,613.
  23. Wake M, Hesketh K, Lucas J: Teething and tooth eruption in infants: A cohort study. Pediatrics 2000; 106:1374
  24. Whitmore K, Hart H, Willems G (eds): A Neurodevelopmental Approach to specific Learning Disorders. Cambridge, UK, MacKeith Press, 1999.
  25. Zuckerman B S, Frank DA, Augustyn M: Infancy and Toddler years. In Levine MD, Carey WB, Crocker AC (editors): Developmental- Behavioural Pediatrics, 3rd ed. Philadelphia, WB Saunders, 1999, pp 24-37.
  26. Zuckerman D M., Zuckerman B S. Television impact on children. Pediatr. 1985; 75:233

FIRST YEAR 1-12 MONTHS

  1. American Academy of Pediatrics: Committee on Injury Prevention and Poison Prevention: Injury Prevention and Control for Children and Youth, 3rd ed. Elk Grove Village, IL, American Academy of Pediatrics 1977.
  2. Bates E, Dick F: Language, gesture and the developing brain. Dev Psychobiol 2002; 40:293-310
  3. Brazelton T B. Behavioral competence of the newborn infant. In P M Taylor (ed). Parent Infant Relationship. New York. Grune and Stratton 1980.
  4. Brazelton TB, Cramer BG: The Earliest Relationship. Reading, MA, Addison-Wesley Publishing, 1990.
  5. Brazelton TB. Neurobehavioral assessment scale. Philadelphia: JB Lippincott Co, 1973
  6. Chiavello C, Christopher R, Bond G: Infant walker related injuries. A prospective study of severity and incidence. Pediatrics 1994; 93:974-76.
  7. Cohn JF, Tronick EZ: Three month old infant’s reaction to simulated maternal deprivation. Child Dev 1983; 54:185.
  8. Committee on Injury Prevention and Poison Prevention 1989-90. Pediatrics 1990; 83:1070
  9. Curnock D. The senses of the newborn. Br. Med. J. 1982; 2:1478.
  10. Dixon SD: Two years: Language emerges. In Dixon SD, Stein MT (Editors): Encounters with Children: Pediatric Behavior and Development. St Louis, Mosby, 2000, pp300-26
  11. Erickson EH: Childhood and Society 2nd ed. New York, WW Norton 1963
  12. Fox NA, Henderson HA, Rubin KH, et al: Continuity and discontinuity of behavioral inhibitions and exuberance: Psychophysiological and Behavioral influences across the first four years of life. Child Dev 2001; 721-21
  13. Fraiberg S: The Magic Years. New York, Scribner’s, 1959
  14. Friedman SB, Schonberg SK (editors): The Short- and Long-term Consequences of Corporal Punishment. Supplement to Pediatrics 1996; 98:803-58.
  15. Illingworth R S. The Development of the Infant and Young Child 9 th Edn. London. Churchill Livingston. 1987; 52
  16. Lawrence RA: Breast Feeding, a Guide for the Medical Profession, 4th ed. St Louis CV, Mosby, 1994.
  17. Lieberman AF : The Emotional Life of the Toddler. New York Free Press, 1993
  18. Mahler MS, Pine S, Bergman A: The Psychological Birth of the Infant. London, Hutchinson, 1975
  19. McClelland D B, McGrath J. Samson RR. Antimicrobial factors in human milk. Acta Pediatr Scand. Suppl 271. 1978.
  20. McLennan JD, Ketelchuch M: Parental prevention practices for young children in context of maternal depression. Pediatrics 2000; 105:1090.
  21. Morgan C, Blumberg D, Cherry J. et al Comparison of acelluar and whole-cell pertussis content of DPT vaccine. Am J Dis. Child. 1990; 144:41
  22. PhilippBL, Merewood A, Miller LW et al Baby-friendly hospital initiative improves breastfeeding initiation rates in a US hospital setting Pediatrics 2001; 1086:677-81
  23. Regelado M, Halfon N: Primary care promoting optimal child development from birth to age 3 years. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 2001; 155:1311-22
  24. Schickedanz JA: Much More than the ABCS: The early stages of Reading and Writing. Washington, DC: National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), 1999.
  25. Starr S E Varicella vaccine for healthy children. Pediatr. 1989; 84:1097.
  26. Stutton R G A, Merson M H. Oral Typhoid Vaccine. Lancet 1983; i: 523.
  27. Tanner-JM, Whitehouse RH, Takaishi M. Standard from birth to maturity for height, weight, height velocity, and weight velocity. Arch. Dis. Child. 1966; 41:450,613.
  28. Truby H, Lind J. Cry sounds of the newborn infant. Acta Pediatr Scand. Suppl 163. 1965; 1-128.
  29. Wake M, Hesketh K, Lucas J: Teething and tooth eruption in infants: A cohort study. Pediatrics 2000; 106:1374
  30. Work Group on Breastfeeding, American Academy of Pediatrics: Breastfeeding and the use of human milk. Pediatrics 1997; 100:1035-39.
  31. Zuckerman B S, Frank DA, Augustyn M: Infancy and Toddler years. In Levine MD, Carey WB, Crocker AC (editors): Developmental- Behavioural Pediatrics, 3rd ed. Philadelphia, WB Saunders, 1999, pp 24-37.

FIRST STEPS-BABY BOOKLET

  1. Bates E, Dick F: Language, gesture and the developing brain. Dev Psychobiol 2002; 40:293-310
  2. Brazelton T B. Behavioral competence of the newborn infant. In P M Taylor (ed). Parent Infant Relationship. New York. Grune and Stratton 1980.
  3. Brazelton TB. Neurobehavioural assessment scale. Philadelphia: JB Lippincott Co, 1973
  4. Curnock D. The senses of the newborn. Br. Med. J. 1982; 2:1478.
  5. Fox NA, Henderson HA, Rubin KH, et al: Continuity and discontinuity of behavioral inhibitions and exuberance: Psychophysiological and Behavioral influences across the first four years of life. Child Dev 2001; 721-21
  6. Illingworth R S. The Development of the Infant and Young Child 9th Edn. London. Churchill Livingston. 1987; 52
  7. Lawrence RA: Breast Feeding, a Guide for the Medical Profession, 4th ed. St Louis CV, Mosby, 1994.
  8. McClelland D B, McGrath J. Samson RR. Antimicrobial factors in human milk. Acta Pediatr Scand. Suppl 271. 1978.
  9. Philipp BL, Merewood A, Miller LW et al Baby-friendly hospital initiative improves breastfeeding initiation rates in a US hospital setting Pediatrics 2001; 1086:677-81
  10. Regelado M, Halfon N: Primary care promoting optimal child development from birth to age 3 years. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 2001; 155:1311-22
  11. Tanner-JM, Whitehouse RH, Takaishi M. Standard from birth to maturity for height, weight, height velocity, and weight velocity. Arch. Dis. Child. 1966; 41:450,613.
  12. Truby H, Lind J. Cry sounds of the newborn infant. Acta Pediatr Scand. Suppl 163. 1965; 1-128.
  13. Wake M, Hesketh K, Lucas J: Teething and tooth eruption in infants: A cohort study. Pediatrics 2000; 106:1374
  14. Work Group on Breastfeeding, American Academy of Pediatrics: Breastfeeding and the use of human milk. Pediatrics 1997; 100:1035-39.
  15. Zuckerman B S, Frank DA, Augustyn M: Infancy and Toddler years. In Levine MD, Carey WB, Crocker AC (editors): Developmental- Behavioural Pediatrics, 3rd ed. Philadelphia, WB Saunders, 1999, pp 24-37.

EFFECTIVE DISCIPLINE

  1. American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Psychosocial Aspects of Child and Family Health: Guidance for effective discipline. Pediatrics 1998; 101:723.
  2. Culbertson JL, Newman JE. Willis DJ. Childhood and adolescent psychological development. Pediatr Clin North Am 2003; 50:741-64.
  3. Friedman SB, Schonberg SK (editors): The Short- and Long-term Consequences of Corporal Punishment. Supplement to Pediatrics 1996; 98:803-58.
  4. Macdonald EK. Principles of behavioral assessment and development. Pediatr Clin North Am 2003;50:801-16

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COMPLEXITY OF ADOLESCENCE

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SETTING AND IMPLEMENTING EFFECTIVE BOUNDARIES FOR GROWING CHILDREN

  1. American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Psychosocial Aspects of Child and Family Health: Guidance for effective discipline. Pediatrics 1998; 101:723.
  2. Culbertson JL, Newman JE. Willis DJ. Childhood and adolescent psychological development. Pediatr Clin North Am 2003; 50:741-64.
  3. Friedman SB, Schonberg SK (editors): The Short- and Long-term Consequences of Corporal Punishment. Supplement to Pediatrics 1996; 98:803-58.
  4. Macdonald EK. Principles of behavioral assessment and development. Pediatr Clin North Am 2003;50:801-16

FAMILY LIFE AND YOU

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GROWTH PATTERNS IN ASIAN CHILDREN WITH CONGENITAL HEART DISEASES

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