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The Couch Tract of the Durham Division of the Duke Forest: A History of Agricultural Land-Use Patterns 1750-1950
For most of us a walk through the Duke Forest is more than fresh air and tall trees. It is an escape from manmade surroundings to Mother Nature's paradise. Walking along a barely distinguishable trail, taking refreshment ...
The development of the preterm infant's responsiveness to auditory and tactile social stimuli prior to 40 weeks' postconceptional age
Despite concern that preterm infants receive inappropriate tactile and auditory stimulation because of early birth, few studies have explored the development of responsiveness to tactile and auditory stimulation prior to ...
The preterm infant and mother as social partners : infant responsiveness and maternal folk theories
It has been repeatedly documented that during mother-infant inter- action, mothers of pre-term infants exhibit higher rates of stimulation than do mothers of full-term infants. The present research explored characteristics ...