Table of contents for Touchpoints : birth to 3 : your child's emotional and behavioral development / T. Berry Brazelton ; revised with Joshua Sparrow.


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part one: Touchpoints of Development
1. Pregnancy: The First Touchpoint 3
2. The Newborn Individual 20
3. Newborn Parents 34
4. Two to Three Weeks 50
5. Six to Eight Weeks 65
6. Four Months 81
7. Six to Seven Months 101
8. Nine Months 117
9. One Year 131
io. Fifteen Months 148
11. Eighteen Months 164
12. Two Years 179
13. Three Years: Looking Ahead 197
part two: Challenges to Development
14. Allergies and Asthma 215
15. Bedwetting (Enuresis) 227
16. Crying and Colic 231
17. Delays in Development and Developmental Disabilities 238
18. Depression 249
19. Discipline 253
20. Divorce 262
21. Fears 271
22. Feeding Problems 281
23. Habits 288
24. Hospitalization 293
25. Hypersensitivity and Hyperactivity 299
26. Illness 304
27. Imaginary Friends 316
28. Loss and Grief 321
29. Lying, Stealing, and Cheating 329
30. Manners 335
31. Play 340
32. Power Struggles and Manipulation 345
33. Prematurity 351
34. School Readiness 357
35. Self-Image and Self-Esteem 365
36. Separation 370
37. Sibling Rivalry 376
38. Sleep Problems 381
39. Spacing Children 391
40. Speech, Language, and Hearing Problems 398
41. Stomachaches, Headaches, and Stress 406
42. Television 411
43. Toilet Training 417
part three: Allies in Development
44. Fathers and Mothers 425
45. Grandparents 432
46. Friends 441
47. Childcare Choices 447
48. Your Child's Doctor 456
Further Reading 469
References 476
Useful Addresses and Web Sites 481
Videos 488



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Child development United States, Infants Development United States, Child psychology United States, Infant psychology United States