CRIES


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CRIESComprehensive Resource Inventory and Evaluation System (Michigan State University)
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A good indicator of colic is if your baby cries for more than three hours a day, three days a week for more than three weeks.
Cecchini, Lai, and Langher, (2010) found positive correlations between dysphonic cry and attribution of anger/anguish to the newborn cries, and negative correlation between the percentage of silent expirations and attribution of anger/anguish.
A baby cries when he is hungry, thirsty or in pain or discomfort.
Wermke's team suggests that newborns adapt their cries to melodic patterns characteristic of whatever language they have heard spoken in the final months of gestation.
And, on the whole, the client cries and the therapist doesn't.
Similar cries are raised in the books of Psalms, Job, Lamentations, and Habakkuk.
Before long, parents should be able to ``read'' the cries of a baby by instinct, as well as from experience.
Cries ranged in price from a halfpenny a sheet to half a guinea for a set of fine prints and were bought by the upper and middling classes, interested in the subjects depicted, how society was organized, or in artistic technique.
Often it is our role as pediatricians to interpret those cries and respond.
A light comedy/drama, "Crying Ladies" is about five people with five different reasons for crying: a wife who has just lost her husband; her son, who has to cry because it is his filial duty to do so; a woman who is crying to clear her conscience; another who is crying out for" recognition; and still another who cries simply to make a living so she can prove to her son that she has a steady job to support him.
The cries of 500 babies at Spanish hospitals were used to study similarities.
I started studying the different kinds of cries of my son," says Monagas.