The belly-button chord : connections of pre- and postnatal music education with early mother-child interaction
Published inJyväskylä studies in humanities
PublisherUniversity of Jyväskylä
napasointu attachment childhood early interaction early parenting emotions fetuses infants musical communication music education musilanguage theory kvantitatiivinen tutkimus kvalitatiivinen tutkimus musiikkikasvatus äidit vauvat sikiöt raskaus vuorovaikutus musiikki varhaislapsuus teoriat varhaiskasvatus oppiminen musilanguage-teoria
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