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He uses three babies as they grow for their first year to show differences - and how they are all normal.
Brazelton's soothing voice (I used to watch his show while my children were little) helped me when any one of them did something "different. I learned that really, nothing is different. He uses three babies as they grow for their first year to show differences - and how they are all normal. None of my children were like any of the three; all four had some of each child in them.
Among his many books are Infants and Mothers, On Becoming a Family, Working and Caring, and What Every Baby Knows. In 1988, Dr. Brazelton received the American Medical Writers Association Annual Book Award. Библиографические данные. Infants and Mothers: Differences in Development.
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Brazelton tells you. Really. This book covers the first twelve months of the infant's life.
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Thomas Berry Brazelton (May 10, 1918 – March 13, 2018) was an American pediatrician, author, and the developer of the Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale (NBAS). Brazelton hosted the cable television program What Every Baby Knows, and wrote a syndicated newspaper column. He wrote more than two hundred scholarly papers and twenty-four books. Brazelton was born in Waco, Texas.
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From these observations, Dr. Brazelton wrote a book, Infants and Mothers: Differences in Development (1969), which argued for the first time that newborns arrive in this world with a biologically based temperament. Moreover, he wrote, this intrinsic personality affects how parents interact with their infants: The infant’s temperamental repertoire drives the parenting style.