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The developmental mechanisms and the signal functions of early infant crying.
The dogs approached whoever was crying regardless of their identity.
In addition, abuse of alcohol or drugs, physical and psychological state, being in a romantic relationship, and having experienced a traumatic event or life-threatening disease may all influence an individual's crying behavior (Vingerhoets et al.
Gentle massage or light pats on the back might soothe a crying baby, too.
It's not crying that is bad for babies but crying that gets no response," says Dr Leach.
Thomas Scheff (1984) argued in 'The Taboo on Coarse Emotions' that there has been a sort of taboo on researching crying and claims that there were virtually no research papers in the mid twentieth century on tears, as opposed to approximately 100,000 published papers on the characteristics of the fruit fly
I asked students of the University of Findlay both what they would do as a tutor if one of their students began to cry during the session, and what they would like to have done if they were the crying student.
To stop him from crying, he said he shook Jonny three to five times but did not shake the toddler really hard, the ruling said.
Which song contains the line "Long nights crying by the record machine"?
I wasn't sure why I was crying (though now I know it was these tears that kept me alive).
To quote the review of the hardcover in KLIATT, November 2004: Lisle's previous novel for YAs, The Art of Keeping Cool, won the Scott O'Dell Award for Historical Fiction, and in The Crying Rocks, she connects the present with the past in an intriguing novel.