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The Problem With Physical (Corporal) Punishment Why do we still spank children? The usual answer is to get them [...]
The View From Psychoanalysis and Infant and Child Development Why do children — and adults — behave as they do? [...]
The train was rolling west through the corn and wheat fields, and dusk was starting to settle in. We [...]
Alison Gopnik is at the center of helping us understand how babies and young children think and learn. She has [...]
Hearing and Understanding When we talk about the importance of language in development, we almost automatically think in terms [...]
Let’s take a brief look at your baby’s earliest feelings. You might ask “How do you know my baby [...]
What Do Feelings Look Like? Last time the discussion involved your baby's earliest feelings. The idea was introduced that human [...]
SOS! We turn now to the built-in negative feelings. These are terribly important: they represent your baby’s way of sending [...]
I still remember the time my son said his first word. We were in the kitchen. He looked up [...]