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The neonatal behavioral observation: a pertinent source of medical informations. ["L'observation ducomportement du nouveau-ni: une source pertinente d'informations midicales"]

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The neonatal behavioral observation: a pertinent source of medical informations. ["L'observation ducomportement du nouveau-ni: une source pertinente d'informations midicales"]. / Ratynski, N; Cioni, G; Franck, L; Blanchard, Y; Sizun, J.

In: Archives De Pediatrie, Vol. 9, No. 12, 2002, p. 1274 - 1279.

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Harvard

Ratynski, N, Cioni, G, Franck, L, Blanchard, Y & Sizun, J 2002, 'The neonatal behavioral observation: a pertinent source of medical informations. ["L'observation ducomportement du nouveau-ni: une source pertinente d'informations midicales"]', Archives De Pediatrie, vol. 9, no. 12, pp. 1274 - 1279.

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Ratynski, N., Cioni, G., Franck, L., Blanchard, Y., & Sizun, J. (2002). The neonatal behavioral observation: a pertinent source of medical informations. ["L'observation ducomportement du nouveau-ni: une source pertinente d'informations midicales"]. Archives De Pediatrie, 9(12), 1274 - 1279.

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Ratynski N, Cioni G, Franck L, Blanchard Y, Sizun J. The neonatal behavioral observation: a pertinent source of medical informations. ["L'observation ducomportement du nouveau-ni: une source pertinente d'informations midicales"]. Archives De Pediatrie. 2002;9(12):1274 - 1279.

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Ratynski, N ; Cioni, G ; Franck, L ; Blanchard, Y ; Sizun, J. / The neonatal behavioral observation: a pertinent source of medical informations. ["L'observation ducomportement du nouveau-ni: une source pertinente d'informations midicales"]. In: Archives De Pediatrie. 2002 ; Vol. 9, No. 12. pp. 1274 - 1279.

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