Benjamin Spock

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United States pediatrician whose many books on child care influenced the upbringing of children around the world (1903-1998)


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Skinner, Benjamin Spock, Howard Gardener, and many more are touched upon, enhanced with historical footage and photos as well as candid footage from day care centers.
I am referring specifically to the nuclear disarmament movement, in the form of the movements/ campaigns founded by Bertrand Russell, Benjamin Spock and such well-known persons.
Benjamin Spock, in the last edition of his best selling "Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care," argued that cow's milk was for baby cows not human children, suggesting that it may be a factor in childhood onset diabetes and in kids' respiratory and ear problems.
su autor, el pediatra Benjamin Spock, explica que hay que contestarles de una forma sencilla para que ellos lo entiendan.
Benjamin Spock preached against spanking children if they misbehaved because their personalities might be warped and it could damage their self esteem.
Benjamin Spock, who had long been America's favorite doctor, received many letters from both opponents and supporters of the war.
Benjamin Spock, who published The Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care in 1945.
Benjamin Spock, who wrote the immensely popular "Baby and Child Care" many years ago, put it best when he said, "It is often better to put down the book and pick up the baby
Benjamin Spock, The Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care (New York, 1946), pp.
Watson (who argued against kissing one's children) and often riveting chapters on Benjamin Spock (blamed by conservatives for "spocking" rather than spanking '60s kids).
Watson in the 1920s and `30s, and the soft Benjamin Spock versus the hard Bruno Bettelheim in the postwar period and afterward.
Benjamin Spock, the United State's leading authority on child-care, has spoken out against feeding "cow's glue" to children.
Benjamin Spock, were participating in a march on the Pentagon to protest against the war in Vietnam.
The author attempts to explain our obsession with self-fulfillment without any reference to Benjamin Spock or his psychoanalytically-derived ideas of childrearing.