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Tuesday's Documentary

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The Child Experts
Can a mother's mental state influence her unborn baby? Should a son be circumcised? Is it possible to assess the intelligence of a 6-month-old baby?
In this programme which deals with the important first five years of a normal child's life
Dr. Stephen Black questions
A HARLEY STREET PAEDIATRICIAN whose work includes much more than the mere treatment of childhood illnesses
DRS JOHN AND ELIZABETH NEWSON , Social Psychologists from Nottingham University. They are making a continuing study of how 700 Nottingham families really bring up their children
DR COLIN HINDLEY , a Medical Psychologist at the London University Centre for the Study of Human Development. He studies growth of intelligence in children from the age of three months
A SCOTTISH CHILD PSYCHIATRIST who is Consultant at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Glasgow. He believes parents would be shocked if they knew what goes on in their child's mind
Produced by PHILIP DALY
You're Doing All Right, Mum: page 14

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. Stephen Black
Unknown: Elizabeth Newson
Unknown: Dr Colin Hindley
Produced By: Philip Daly

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