/CHILD & INFANT DEVELOPMENT

THE ARTICLES IN THIS CATEGORY DISCUSS CHILD & INFANT DEVELOPMENT

Example of a Transitional Object

While watching a grandmother and her 1-1/2-year-old granddaughter the other day, the following occurred: The little girl was hungry and [...]

Loveys, Stuffed Animals, and Pets

As you well know, children often have a teddy bear or some other fluffy animal or lovey to which they [...]

The Curious Human

Interest, or curiosity, appears to be one of the nine or so feelings—or responses to stimuli—with which we are born. [...]

Child and Infant Development and the Problem of Physical (Corporal) Punishment

It is difficult to imagine anything more important than understanding infant and child development. One could make the case that [...]

The Revolution: Feelings, Language & Knowledge

There is a revolution occurring in infant and child development. Three issues have converged recently to help us understand much [...]