More Than “Just a Touch”: How Adult Touch Affects Infants’ Learning and Behavior

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Touching infants in ways they find pleasurable in response to their specific behaviors, parents and caregivers can help babies increase motor learning, promote positive social-emotional behavior, and decrease negative social-emotional behavior. Use touch as a reward to encourage an infant to repeat desirable behaviors like smiling and cooing. 2 Pages

Author: Kaki Roberts
Published: 2006

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