McClure, Vimala Schneide
October 1996
Mothering;Oct-Dec96, Issue 81, p22
Discusses various aspects of crying in infants. Changes in parents' attitudes regarding babies' crying; Role of nature; Influence of nurture; Egoism versus altruism. INSETS: The physiology of tears, by Ellie Becker.;Why your baby may be crying...and how you.., by Sandy Jones.;Tips for colic, by Peggy O'Mara..


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