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New Infant Safety/Enrichment Material Added To Parenting

Mark Dombeck, Ph.D. Updated: Jan 12th 2007

Our Parenting topic center has the goal of offering useful parenting information in the context of age-appropriate child development knowledge. Our main parenting article was updated in September with a revised "Infant Parenting " article that covers ages 0-2 (Influential Swiss Psychologist Jean Piaget's Sensorimotor stage of life). We have just published addendum articles to this Infant Parenting article covering "Infant Safety " and "Baby Enrichment Activities ".

Our plan is to expand out our Parenting and Child Development topic centers with new Piagetian stage appropriate articles every few quarters. The next stage of life we plan to cover is Piaget's "Preoperational" stage. This material is currently under preparation and might be published prior to Summer 2007 if fate favors us. Keep your fingers crossed.

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