Feeding Interactions and Feeding Outcomes: Bottle Feeding Premature Infants Caregiver-infant interaction can affect the oral feeding behavior of newborns (Ashland, 1995; Ashland & Wilcox, 1994; Meyer et al., 1994; Minde, Perrotta, & Hellman, 1988; Minde, Perrotta, Marton, Manning, & Hines, 1980), including maternal and infant contingent responsivity. Partner re-sponsivity can include the degree of interest shown towards the ... Article
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Feeding Interactions and Feeding Outcomes: Bottle Feeding Premature Infants
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  • Jean E. Ashland
    Speech Language Pathology Department, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston
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Article   |   June 01, 2001
Feeding Interactions and Feeding Outcomes: Bottle Feeding Premature Infants
SIG 13 Perspectives on Swallowing and Swallowing Disorders (Dysphagia), June 2001, Vol. 10, 10-12. doi:10.1044/sasd10.2.10
SIG 13 Perspectives on Swallowing and Swallowing Disorders (Dysphagia), June 2001, Vol. 10, 10-12. doi:10.1044/sasd10.2.10
Caregiver-infant interaction can affect the oral feeding behavior of newborns (Ashland, 1995; Ashland & Wilcox, 1994; Meyer et al., 1994; Minde, Perrotta, & Hellman, 1988; Minde, Perrotta, Marton, Manning, & Hines, 1980), including maternal and infant contingent responsivity. Partner re-sponsivity can include the degree of interest shown towards the other member of the dyad such as visual attending (Fish, Stifter, & Belsky, 1993) or reactivity to changes in stimulation provided by one of the partners (Eckerman, Oehler, Med-vin, & Hannan, 1994). Signals, such as visual attending and reactivity, can indicate our motives to others and reflect our desire to communicate. The responding attention provided by the communicative partner, in turn, can affect one’s form of communicative signals (Tre-varthen, 1993; Trevarthen & Marwick, 1986).
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