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Infant stimulation. Issues of theory and research.

Clinics in perinatology

Korner AF.
PMID: 2180617
Clin Perinatol. 1990 Mar;17(1):173-84.

This article addresses the topic of infant stimulation from two directions. The first is the developmental relevance of stimulation for infants in general; the second is the issue of differences in responsiveness to stimulation on the part of individual...

The relative efficacy of vestibular-proprioceptive stimulation and the upright position in enhancing visual pursuit in neonates.

Child development

Gregg CL, Haffner ME, Korner AF.
PMID: 1083792
Child Dev. 1976 Jun;47(2):309-14.

48 healthy neonates born to multiparae were randomly assigned to view a moving stimulus either in the horizontal or the upright position, with or without added vestibular stimulation and with or without pacifier sucking. The infant was shown a...

A system for monitoring crying and noncrying, large, medium, and small neonatal movements.

Child development

Korner AF, Thoman EB, Glick JH.
PMID: 4143884
Child Dev. 1974 Dec;45(4):946-52.

No abstract available.

What we don't know about water beds and apneic preterm infants.


Korner AF.
PMID: 7267243
Pediatrics. 1981 Aug;68(2):306-7.

No abstract available.

[Individual differences at birth and their implications in the area of practical child care].

La Psychiatrie de l'enfant

Korner AF.
PMID: 6333692
Psychiatr Enfant. 1984;27(2):417-31.

No abstract available.

Effects of water beds on the sleep and motility of theophylline-treated preterm infants.


Korner AF, Ruppel EM, Rho JM.
PMID: 7145539
Pediatrics. 1982 Dec;70(6):864-9.

With evidence accumulating that the sleep of infants receiving theophylline is sharply reduced, this study tested whether water bed flotation could increase the sleep and attenuate the restlessness of preterm infants treated with theophylline for apnea. Seventeen preterm infants...

Limitations of projective techniques: apparent and real.

Journal of projective techniques

PMID: 13307479
J Proj Tech. 1956 Mar;20(1):42-7. doi: 10.1080/08853126.1956.10380669.

No abstract available.

Theoretical considerations concerning the scope and limitations of projective techniques.

Journal of abnormal psychology

PMID: 14803170
J Abnorm Psychol. 1950 Oct;45(4):619-27. doi: 10.1037/h0061072.

No abstract available.

Sex differences in newborns with special reference to differences in the organization of oral behavior.

Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines

Korner AF.
PMID: 4729516
J Child Psychol Psychiatry. 1973 Mar;14(1):19-29. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-7610.1973.tb01863.x.

No abstract available.

Relation between prenatal maternal blood pressure and infant irritability.

Early human development

Korner AF, Gabby T, Kraemer HC.
PMID: 7389624
Early Hum Dev. 1980 Mar;4(1):35-9. doi: 10.1016/0378-3782(80)90006-7.

Chisholm et al. [4], using samples of Navajo and Malaysian newborns, found a significant positive relation between maternal normotensive blood pressures during the second trimester of pregnancy and at delivery and infant irritability in response to the Brazelton Examination....

Activity level and behavioral style in young children.

Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines

Zeanah CH, Korner AF, Berkowitz RI, Linden J.
PMID: 4044717
J Child Psychol Psychiatry. 1985 Sep;26(5):717-25. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-7610.1985.tb00586.x.

A portable microcomputer activity recorder was used to measure a 24-hour sample of activity level in 4-to 8-year-old children. Recorded activity level was not related to parental perception of activity level and did not differentiate children with differing behavioral...

Neonatal startles, smiles, erections, and reflex sucks as related to state, sex, and individuality.

Child development

Korner AF.
PMID: 5360381
Child Dev. 1969 Dec;40(4):1039-53.

No abstract available.

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