Infant Development

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Prentice Hall, 1998 - Family & Relationships - 338 pages
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Covering infant development, from conception through the first years of life, this text takes an interdisciplinary perspective. A topical format is used, and this edition features comprehensive information on each area of importance in infant development. Charles Snow aims to take a balanced overview of theory, research and practical application, and strongly emphasizes the interrelationships between various developmental domains and the importance of the whole infant.

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Underlying Issues and Recurrent Themes
Prenatal Development
Fetal Period

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East Carolina University

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