This text presents a comprehensive overview of growth and development during the first three years of life. It is designed primarily as an introductory text for courses in infant development, infant care, and early intervention ... The text is devoted primarily to typically developing infants, but the coverage on infants with special need continues to be an important emphasis.Fontanels. The skull of an infant consists of eight pieces of bone held together by softer cartilage and connecting tissue. At birth the bones are soft and movable and may overlap so the head can more easily move through the birth canal.
|Author||:||Charles W. Snow, Cindy G. McGaha|