The needs of children

Klein, Paul F.
March 1995
Mothering;Spring95, Issue 74, p38
Discusses the importance of the first few years of life in the development of such traits as trust, empathy, optimism and affection. Children's internalization of various qualities; Importance of an infant's relationship with a responsive and nurturing caregiver; Reasons for infants' attachment needs; Contemporary hunting and gathering cultures; Indulgence of early dependency.


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