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Harvard School of Public Health
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Dr. E. Tronick
This tutorial focuses on observations of infant neurobehavioral assessment and several other assessments of older infants and children (e.g., attachment, mastery motivation, Bayley examination) in the laboratory. The student will observe Research Assistants carrying out these procedures, do reading on their own, and set aside time to discuss the observations. Times are flexible. Newborn observations occur almost every day at the Brigham and Women's and the other procedures occur many days of the week at our labs at 1295 Boylston. The student is responsible for arranging the observation times with Research Assistants.
Course Note: Pass/fail only; instructor's signature required.
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