Brazelton

Braz·el·ton

(brā'zĕl-tŏn),
T. Berry, 20th-century U.S. pediatrician. See: Brazelton Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale.
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Mary Brazelton Snead, reading to her then young granddaughters Kathleen and Marian.
The College Fund is so pleased that this commitment and our partnership with the Brazelton Touchpoints Center will allow us to significantly expand the number of trained early childhood education providers in our communities.
It has been reflected in training undertaken by professionals, for example the widespread availability of the Solihull Approach (Douglas 2001), Family Nurse Partnership (Olds, 2006) and the Brazelton Scales.
LOWELL - In the space of 35 years, Dave and Barbara Brazelton have gone from blueberry novices to the leading supplier of blueberry stock to commercial growers all over the world, including Canada, South Africa, Europe and South America.
Berry Brazelton, MD, introduces this update of the 2000, 1992, and 1987 editions as reflecting phenomenal growth in the field of developmental psychology.
The claims: Designed in consultation with Dr Berry Brazelton, Dr Edward Tronich and staff members of the child development unit at Boston's children's hospital.
Maybe you could find something to do other than go out with every single guy in Brazelton.
Before you start thinking every schizoid musician is a clarinetist, however, Kitty Brazelton is a vocalist who combines the adventurousness of free jazz with the aggression of punk rock in her performing bands.
They employed a battery of tests using the Brazelton Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale for habituation, orientation, motor performance, range of state, regulation of state, autonomic stability, and reflex in 381 infants younger than 62 days of age.
Inez was moved to Brazelton Adult Foster Care (Brazelton), where, soon after, she fell and suffered a fracture.
At the same time, their infants were tested for their neurobehavioral functioning using the Brazelton Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale (NBAS), a commonly used behavioral test.
Boston boss Terry Francona, players Bronson Arroyo and Trot Nixon were ejected as were Piniella and pitchers Dewon Brazelton and Lance Carter as tempers flared.