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Extra info for Annual Review of Nursing Research, Volume 1, 1983: Focus on Human Development
Newborn behavioral organization: Nursing research and implications (Vol. 15). New York: Alan R. Liss, 1979. INFANTS AND YOUNG CHILDREN 25 Measal, C. , & Anderson, G. C. Nonnutritive sucking during tube feedings: Effect on clinical course in premature infants. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing, 1979, 8, 265-272. Neal, M. V. Organization behavior of the premature infant. InG. C. Anderson&B. ), Newborn behavioral organization:Nursing research and implications (Vol. 15). New York: Alan R.
INFANTS AND YOUNG CHILDREN 23 Anderson, G. , & Vidyasagar, D. Development of sucking in premature infants from 1 to 7 days postbirth. In G. C. Anderson & B. ), Newborn behavioral organization: Nursing research and implications (Vol. 15). New York: Alan R. Liss, 1979. Barnard, K. E. The effect of stimulation on the duration of sleep and wakefulness in the premature infant (Doctoral dissertation, University of Washington, 1972). Dissertation Abstracts International, 1972, 33, 2167B. (University Microfilms No.
In studies concerning growth-fostering characteristics of the child's environment, researchers have begun to identify factors, such as parentchild communication, parental styles, and general qualities of the home environment, that can now be used to examine how these same factors relate to differing cultural groups and child characteristics. Studies about the hospitalization experience need to move forward to answer new questions about what aspects of the hospital experience are disruptive to the child and how these episodes influence the child's behavior and recovery.