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Supporting the development of self-regulation in young children: Tips for practitioners working with infants (birth to 1 year old) in childcare settings

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Infants can utilize simple self-regulation skills such as self-soothing or turning their attention away from upsetting situations, usually toward their caregiver, to seek comfort. This document provides tips to help caregivers use co-regulation to support early development of self-regulation skills in infants. (author abstract)

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Fact Sheets & Briefs
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United States

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