When I refer to the baby and his  mother, I am talking about a team. They are not separate entities. The fact that the baby is out of the womb, does not separate the baby from the mother. They are one and shall remain one. (Understand that ‘his’ will refer to both genders).

As time goes by, the baby will increasingly become a separate entity until he can start to function on his own. Do not lose sight of the fact that the baby has a unique personality which is about to develop and is an individual in his own right. Respect his wishes.

+ 1. Name a few of the Reasons Why Babies Cry

+ 2. What is the attachment bond?

+ 3. Explain the Attachment Theory

+ 4. Talk about the Maternal Deprivation Hypothesis

+ 5. What is the aim of the Forty Four Thieves Study?

+ 6. What do reflexes have to do with learning and behavior?

+ 7. Define Neonatal Reflexes

+ 8. Define Primitive reflexes

+ 9. Describe the 3 Tonic Neck Reflexes

+ 10. What is baby massage?

+ 11. What are the benefits of baby massage?

+ 12. When is the best time to massage my baby?

+ 13. What do I need before I start to massage my baby?

+ 14. How should I massage my baby?

+ 15. What are the Benefits of Baby Massage?

+ 16. What are Piaget’s 4 Stages of Cognitive Development in Children?

+ 17. What do Cognitive styles describe?

+ 18. What is Learning Styles Theory?

+ 19. How is Multiple Intelligences Theory Different from Traditional Views of Intelligence?

+ 20. What are the Multiple Intelligences?

+ 21. Refer to Alfred Binet and the First IQ Test

+ 22. Refer to the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Test

+ 23. Refer to the Wechsler Intelligence Scales

+ 24. What is "Multiple intelligences theory"?

+ 26. Explain "Overlap between multiple intelligences and IQ"

+ 27. What Is General Intelligence?

+ 28. What is Spearman’s Two Factor Theory?

+ 29. What is Fluid and Crystallized Intelligence?

+ 30. Talk about the Triarchic theory of intelligence and The Triarchic Model

+ 31. Discuss the Theory in cognitive styles

+ 32. When is a child ready to learn?

+ 33. What is Sensory Integration?

+ 34. What Is Sensory Adaptation?

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