BHE433 M5 Case Infant Crying

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BHE433 M5 Case BHE433 M5 Case Pamela Roberson TUI University 1
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BHE433 M5 Case BHE433 M5 Case 1. Discuss some ways in which people respond to an infant crying? Crying is not just the sound of a fussy baby or a bothersome noise. It is a direct and effective way that the young child communicates. For preverbal children, crying is definitely language. Crying is an important part of the infant’s earliest communication system that is used to convey various demands and needs, such as hunger or thirst, or pain from colic or teething. If they are well fed and warm (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2007), crying babies are most likely in pain, or at least uncomfortable, and it is unjust to grow suspicious of their motives when they promptly stop crying on being picked up. The infant’s cry also seems to take on a special, distinctive quality, and there are a variety of factors affecting how well parents can discriminate cries, including the experience of the listener, the age of the baby, the type of cry
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