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Nurseries are safe and secure - but are they bad for your baby?
by Rebecca Abrams,
The Daily Telegraph
, (UK)

6-Dec-03
But one-to-one care is not just nice for babies, it's essential.
...Within an hour of birth, babies are responding to the way they're handled, looked at and talked to.  "Still face" experiments with 10-week-old babies, in which mothers don't react in any way, show that babies are highly sensitive and quickly become distressed when a response is absent or inappropriate.
The delicate, finely turned responsiveness that occurs naturally between most mothers and their babies is not only moving to behold, it affects in fundamental ways how babies' brains develop. 
...babies don't need socialising and stimulating; they need to be sensitively loved by the people caring for them.  Lack of eye contact, lack of baby talk, lack of gentle playful touch:  all have long-term consequences.
Category = Development
Nurseries are safe and secure - but are they bad for your baby?
by Rebecca Abrams,
The Daily Telegraph
, (UK)

6-Dec-03
Being treated like a pack of Pampers is not just unfortunate, as any researcher worth his or her salt will admit.  The true emotional and psychological effects of neglectful or insensitive care in infancy may not show up at four or five, but 20 or 30 years down the line, in our relationships with our children, friends, husbands and wives.
What we're talking about is how highly we value the capacity to think, to empathise, to love.  What we're talking about is the kind of society we're creating for the future.
Category = Behavior

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