The Neuroscience Behind Calming Babies

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Psychological research shows how babies are calmed down when they are comforted. When babies cry it is therefore important to pick them up, rock them and show them affection . Infants experience an automatic calming reaction when they are being carried. This article looks at the neuroscience behind calming babies and why it is important that babies are not ignored when crying but rather they need to be comforted!

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-athletes-way/201304/the-neuroscience-calming-baby

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