IJBPE

Vol 3 Issue 1 Contents

 

CONTENTS

 1  CONTENTS
 2  GUEST EDITORIALS
  The Paradox of Early Intervention
Jonathan Carr-West, CEO, Local Government Information Unit, UK
3
THE NEWS IN QUESTION
  Bridget Supple
12 INBOX
 

THE UNBORN BABY

5 Breastfeeding and You: A Handbook for Antenatal Educators
Jane Svensson, Midwifery Consultant, Royal Hospital for Women, Sydney, Australia
 

BECOMING PARENTS

9 Educating parents about the web
Daphne Metland, Global Director for Maternal and Child Health, BabyCenter.com
13 Using new media to support learning in the transition to parenthood
Samantha Havis, NCT Tutor, UK
Helen Darlaston, NCT Tutor, UK
 

BOOK PAGE

28 The Psychology of Babies
Author: Professor Lynne Murray, University of Reading
 

SOCIAL WORLD AROUND THE BABY

16 What attachment theorists (initially) overlooked
Sarah B. Hrdy, Anthropologist
19 Why does engaging with families in maternal and infant care make such a positive difference?
Anna Machin, Social and Evolutionary Neuroscience Research Group,
Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford
Duncan Fisher, Co-Founder of Family Included, Familyincluded.com
 

PARENT EDUCATION PROGRAMME

23 Learning to observe baby behaviour: Using the NBAS and NBO
Joanna Hawthorne, Psychologist, CEO, Brazelton Centre, UK
29 Twenty years of Peep Learning Together
Alison Street, Lecturer, Early Childhood Studies, Oxford Brookes University;
Tutor for MA in Early Childhood Music, Centre for Research in Early Childhood, Birmingham, UK
Sally Smith, CEO, Peeple
 

OTHER

33 History
Grantly Dick-Read
Nina Smith, Childbirth Educator
37 FOCUS ON ORGANISATIONS
Tommy's
39 Teaching Activity

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