That's Like Me!

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Language: English

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The organization is able to foster lasting and memorable relationships between special needs children and these horses. Special needs moms know to savor the gift of a child saying "I love you." Tronick (1989, 112) described how expression of emotion is related to emotion regulation and communication between the mother and infant: “the emotional expressions of the infant and the caretaker function to allow them to mutually regulate their interactions. .. the infant and the adult are participants in an affective communication system.” Both the understanding and expression of emotion are influenced by culture.

Pages: 40

Publisher: Star Bright Books (September 1, 2009)

ISBN: 1595722076

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