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Simon & Schuster, Mar 2, 1977 - Family & Relationships - 289 pages
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User Review  - MarinaSurette - LibraryThing

Excellent, thorough resource. Explains the pitfalls of giving babies cow's milk. Read full review

Review: Nursing Your Baby: Revised

User Review  - Jamie - Goodreads

I really liked this book. It was all about the wonderful bonding between mother and baby. The tips were good. Some of it is outdated, but if one can get past that, it is a wonderful, helpful book on breast feeding. Read full review


Babys RoleContagious EmotionsThe Bonds
How the Breasts Develop

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Karen Pryor is a behavioral biologist with an international reputation in two fields, marine mammal biology and behavioral phsychology. She is a founder and leading proponent of "clicker training," a training system based on operant conditioning (isolate wanted behaviors and igrnore the unwanted) and the all-positive methods developed by marine mammal trainers. Clicker training is not in use world wide with dogs, cats, horses, birds, zoo animals, and increasingly with humans, in the teaching of sports and athletic performances and developing behaviors in autistics.

Pryor is the CEO of KCPT/Sunshine Books, Inc., a publishing, training product and Internet company. In addition to her bestselling Don't Shoot the Dog, Pryor wrote the catagory killer Nursing Your Baby (Simon & Schuster, more than 2 million copies in print) along with several other books and many scientific papers and pupular articles on learning and behavior. (see

Karen has three grown children and lives in Boston with two clicker-trained dogs and a clicker-trained cat.

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