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Join My Dance: The Unique Movement Style of Each Infant and Toddler Can Invite Communication, Expression and Intervention
Suzi Tortora, M.A., A.D.T.R., C.M.A., Cold Spring, New York

Zero To Three
National Center for Clinical Infant Programs
Volume 15, No. 1, August / September 1994

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Dynamic Play Therapy: An Integrated Expressive Arts
Approach to the Family Treatment of Infants and Toddlers

Steve Harvey, Ph.D., ADTR, RDT, RPT/S Colorado Springs, Colorado

Zero To Three
National Center for Clinical Infant Programs
Volume 15, No. 1, August / September 1994

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Attuning to the Fetus and the Young Child:
Approaches from Dance/Movement Therapy

Susan Loman, M.A., A.D.T.R., Antioch New England

Zero To Three
National Center for Clinical Infant Programs
Volume 15, No. 1, August / September 1994

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Hopping, Jumping, Leaping, Skipping, and Loping
Savoring the Possibilities of Locomotion

Lois Barclay Murphy, Washington, D.C.

Zero To Three
National Center for Clinical Infant Programs
Volume 15, No. 1, August / September 1994

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Do Baby Boys Naturally Lead with the Left Foot? Research on the Asymmetries of Movement Patterns in New borns and Infants
Mary P. Grattan, Ph.D., PT, Graduate Pediatrics and Perinatal Programs,
University of Illinois
Eric DeVos, Ph.D., Psychology Department, Saginaw University
Jerre Levy, Ph. D., Psychology Department, The University of Chicago
Martha McClintock, Ph.D., Psychology Department, The University of Chicago

Zero To Three
National Center for Clinical Infant Programs
Volume 15, No. 1, August / September 1994