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Chapter 1 advent (pages 1–3): M. A. Hofer
Chapter 2 moms' and babies' Roles: Distinguishing the inquiries to be requested (pages 5–16): R. A. Hinde
Chapter three Prepartum and Postpartum legislation of Maternal Behaviour within the Rat (pages 17–37): J. S. Rosenblatt
Chapter four features of mom – baby Relationships in Monkeys (pages 39–67): R. A. Hinde and M. J. A. Simpson
Chapter five Does Human Maternal Behaviour After supply convey a attribute trend? (pages 69–85): Marshall H. Klaus, Mary Anne Trause and John H. Kennell
Chapter 6 proof for a delicate interval within the Human mom (pages 87–101): John H. Kennell, Mary Anne Trause and Marshall H. Klaus
Chapter 7 Olfaction within the improvement of Social personal tastes within the Human Neonate (pages 103–117): Aidan Macfarlane
Chapter eight respiring and Sucking in the course of Feeding within the child (pages 119–135): P. Johnson and D. M. Salisbury
Chapter nine Early Mother?Infant Reciprocity (pages 137–154): T. Berry Brazelton, Edward Tronick, Lauren Adamson, Heidelise Als and Susan Wise
Chapter 10 Consistency and alter in types of Mothering (pages 155–176): Judith F. Dunn
Chapter eleven How a Rejecting child impacts Mother?Infant Synchrony (pages 177–200): Evelyn B. Thoman
Chapter 12 A Congenital Contribution to Emotional reaction in Early Infancy and the Preschool interval (pages 201–212): Richard Q. Bell
Chapter thirteen Mother?Infant Neonatal Separation: a few behind schedule effects (pages 213–239): P. Herbert Leiderman and Marjorie J. Seashore
Chapter 14 Cognitive facets of Preverbal Social interplay among Human babies and Adults (pages 241–269): Hanus Papousek and Mechthild Papousek
Chapter 15 mom and dad of infants of Very Low delivery Weight: Long?Term Follow?Up (pages 271–288): Anthea Blake, Ann Stewart and Diane Turcan
Chapter sixteen Speculations at the Relevance of Developmental Psychology to Paediatrics (pages 289–308): T. E. Oppe
Chapter 17 Summing Up (pages 309–313): M. A. Hofer
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NUMAN, M. & MOLTZ,H. (1973) Maternal behavior in the rat: facilitation through gonadectomy. Science (Wash. S. F. ), vol. 4, pp. B. S. (1975) Olfactory basis for the delayed onset of maternal behavior in virgin female rats. Experiential effects. J. Comp. Physiol. , LEVIN, R. & LEON,M. (1969) Differential effects of progesterone on the maternal behavior of primiparous and multiparous rats. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychof. , LEON,M. & NUMAN, M. (1970) Hormonal induction of maternal behavior in the ovariectomized nulliparous rat.
I " I In N 2 m 0 c (D n 0 n N 5 & N t 0 y.. -c E 0 0 L 0- n * m N I 0 0 I: N 0 Q 1 0 0 I c I n w I z I 5. Maternal behaviour in the lactating and virgin female rat: mean duration (in seconds) of different maternal components as a function of days maternal. Ret. : lactating. FrG. J. S . ROSENBLATT 26 indeed these conditions have themselves changed as a result of loss of placentas and the initiation of the postpartum oestrous cycle. After its onset, maternal behaviour is maintained by pup stimulation acting directly on the neural substrate of maternal behaviour to maintain the female’s maternal condition.
Physiot. Psychol. , GANDELMAN, R. H. (1971) Prolactin: is it an essential hormone for maternal behaviour in the mammal? Horm. Behav. 2, 343-354 ParenUdani Inleraciion RUTH PORTER and MAE^ O’CO~WOR 0 Copyrkht I975 Cibo Foundation Qualities of mother - infant relationships in monkeys R. A. HINDE and M. J. A. SIMPSON M R C Unit for the Development and Integration of Behaviour, Madingley, Cambridge We habitually use qualitative terms to describe relationships. This paper is concerned with methods for describing, assessing and classifying these qualities objectively.
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