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Bonding : building the foundations of secure attachment and independence / Marshall H. Klaus, John H. Kennell, Phyllis H. Klaus.

By: Klaus, Marshall H, 1927-Contributor(s): Kennell, John H, 1922-2013 | Klaus, Phyllis HPublication details: Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., ©1995Description: xxviii, 238 pages : illustrations ; 24 cmISBN: 020162673X; 9780201626735; 0201441985; 9780201441987Subject(s): Attachment behavior | Attachment behavior in children | Parent and child | Object Attachment | Child | Infant | Parent-Child Relations | Attachement | Attachement chez l'enfant | Parents et enfants | Attachment behavior | Attachment behavior in children | Parent and child | Affektive Bindung | KindAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Bonding.DDC classification: 306.874 LOC classification: BF575.A86 | K53 1995NLM classification: 1996 B-544 | WM 460.5.O2
Contents:
Pregnancy: new connections begin -- Labor and birth -- What the baby brings -- Birth of a family: the first minutes and hours -- Infant feeding and the beginning of intimacy -- Developing ties: the first days and weeks -- Premature birth and bonding -- Birth defects and bonding -- Bonding: the route to independence.
Summary: Building upon their classic work Parent-Infant Bonding, the authors present the most up-to-date understanding of bonding during pregnancy, birth, and the early months of life. The culmination of this fascinating book is a look at the ways bonding helps parents as well as infants grow and lays a secure base for the future independence of the child.
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306.874 (Browse shelf (Opens below)) Available Building upon their classic work Parent-Infant Bonding, the authors present the most up-to-date understanding of bonding during pregnancy, birth, and the early months of life. The culmination of this fascinating book is a look at the ways bonding helps parents as well as infants grow and lays a secure base for the future independence of the child. A41293873
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"A Merloyd Lawrence book."

Includes bibliographical references (pages 211-224) and index.

Pregnancy: new connections begin -- Labor and birth -- What the baby brings -- Birth of a family: the first minutes and hours -- Infant feeding and the beginning of intimacy -- Developing ties: the first days and weeks -- Premature birth and bonding -- Birth defects and bonding -- Bonding: the route to independence.

Building upon their classic work Parent-Infant Bonding, the authors present the most up-to-date understanding of bonding during pregnancy, birth, and the early months of life. The culmination of this fascinating book is a look at the ways bonding helps parents as well as infants grow and lays a secure base for the future independence of the child.