Recent Posts in March, 2014

  • Accommodating Curiosity

    Accommodating Curiosity
    I remember getting into a lot of trouble in school whenever the teacher asked me to look up a word in the dictionary. She would get angry because it took me about three hours to do it. The problem was ...
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  • Interactional Synchrony

    Interactional Synchrony
    In developmental psychology, the term “interactional synchrony” refers to a parent responding to her infant’s behavioral and affective signals in an accurate and appropriate fashion. Good ...
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  • Make a Play Date…for Yourself

    Make a Play Date…for Yourself
    If you are taking advantage of Romp n’ Roll’s “Mom’s Morning Out” program, you know that it provides a wonderful opportunity for you to get errands done efficiently and/or get work done without ...
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