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Title Soothing and stress / edited by Michael Lewis, Douglas Ramsay.
Imprint Mahwah, N.J. : L. Erlbaum Associates, 1999.

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Subject Stress (Psychology) -- Congresses.
Comforting of infants -- Congresses.
Newborn infants -- Physiology -- Congresses.
Stress in children -- Congresses.
Child development -- Congresses.
Child psychopathology -- Congresses.
Stress, Physiological -- pathology.
Adaptation, Psychological.
Child Development.
Mother-Child Relations.
Stress, Physiological -- prevention & control.
Stress, Psychological -- prevention & control.
Alt Name Lewis, Michael, 1937 January 10-
Ramsay, Douglas.
NetLibrary, Inc.
Description xi, 317 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Boulder, Colo. : NetLibrary, 2000. Available via the World Wide Web. Available in multiple electronic file formats. Access may be limited to NetLibrary affiliated libraries.
ISBN 0585114986 (electronic bk.) : $69.95
0805828559 (cloth : alk. paper)
OCLC # 44957855
Additional Format Original (DLC) 98040680 (OCoLC)39857736.
Table of Contents
Pt. IStress1
 1Stress and Soothing: An Endocrine Perspective / C. Sue Carter, A. Courtney DeVries3
 2Neuromotor and Socioemotional Behavior in the Young Monkey Is Presaged by Prenatal Conditions / Christopher L. Coe, Gabriele R. Lubach, Mary L. Schneider19
 3"Looking for the Rosetta Stone": An Essay on Crying, Soothing, and Stress / Megan R. Gunnar, Bonny Donzella39
 4The Role of Neurobehavioral Organization in Stress Responses: A Polyvagal Model / Jane A. Doussard-Roosevelt, Stephen W. Porges57
Pt. IISoothing77
 5Savoring Sucrose and Suckling Milk: Easing Pain, Saving Calories, and Learning About Mother / Elliott M. Blass79
 6A Two-Phase Model of the Soothing Taste Response: Implications for a Taste Probe of Temperament and Emotion Regulation / Ronald G. Barr, Simon N. Young109
 7Prenatal and Perinatal Stress: Implications for Neonatal Soothing and Integrity / Marilyn L. Riese139
 8Sucking and Massage Therapy Reduce Stress During Infancy / Tiffany Field157
 9Environments and Stress Reduction / Michael Lewis, Douglas Ramsay171
Pt. IIICoping193
 10Soothing and Chronic Pain / Lonnie Zeltzer, Scott Feldman195
 11Getting Specific About Coping: Effortful and Involuntary Responses to Stress in Development / Bruce E. Compas, Jennifer K. Connor, Heidi Saltzman [et al.]229
 12What You Don't Know Can Hurt You: A Cognitive-Social Framework for Understanding Children's Responses to Stress / Suzanne M. Miller, Victoria A. Green, Christina B. Bales257
 Author Index293
 Subject Index309

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