Skin-to-skin brings latest neuroscience into

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Skin-to-skin brings latest neuroscience into contact with clinical neonatology.
Dr Nils Bergman: Presentation at “Excellence in Paediatrics; Non-invasive neonatology”
Affective neuroscience (1)
Neuroscience (2-7)
Bonding and attachment
Adaptation and maladaptation
Should Neonates Sleep Alone? (24)
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