The Effects of Separating Children from Their Parents

This weekend, I attended the 40th annual meeting of the International Congress on Infant Studies in Philadelphia, where experts in the field of infant and child development came together to exchange ideas about how children develop, and best practices for promoting their health and well-being.

Read more: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-baby-scientist/201807/the-effects-separating-children-their-parents

One thought on “The Effects of Separating Children from Their Parents

  1. Why mentions the article always the mother specifically, e. g, for hugging, or generally ‘parents,’ but never the father? This is one reason why children sometimes lack parents because fathers are still not appropriately considered to be equally important in child rearing (incl., e.g., hugging).

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