These include quiet sleep, active sleep, drowsiness, quiet alert
, active alert, and crying (Gottesman, 1999).
We use our knowledge of development to teach parents that early visual and auditory development is primed for social interactions during a quiet alert
is associated with minimal body movements while active alert and agitated states are associated with moderate or very active body movements, respectively.
The quiet alert
state is a wonderful time to feed the baby, if possible (Chamblin).
As you hurriedly begin clearing shelves, an unusual quiet alerts