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This review examines an age-old approach to parenting recently rediscovered in Western industrialized societies and known by names such as natural parenting, attachment parenting, and instinctive parenting. Its leading principle is utmost sensitivity to the child's innate emotional and physical needs, resulting in extended breastfeeding on demand, extensive infant carrying on the caregiver's body, and cosleeping of infant and parents.

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This reading introduces students to the brain, its functions, and how to practice and learn skills.

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This activity introduces students to leadership styles.

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This booklet discusses parenting traumatized children.

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This reading describes the effect of various types of adversity on the mental health and wellbeing of children.

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This review highlights that need for research and psychosocial interventions that focus on adaptation of war-affected children’s identity development, sense of justice, and meaning systems.

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This is an introductory textbook for educational psychology.

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This article describes the philosophy of life and mentions the small things that can bring a huge difference in our life.
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