Preterm Infant Touch: Behavioral and Biological Effects
Modrcin-Mccarthy, Mary Anne J.
University of Tennessee Knoxville, Knoxville, TN, United States
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Modrcin-Talbott, Mary Anne; Harrison, Lynda Law; Groer, Maureen W et al.
The biobehavioral effects of gentle human touch on preterm infants.
Nurs Sci Q 16:60-7
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