Ebook - A musical journey through pregnancy
Foreword by Phd. Thomas Verny and Colin Lee.
Gabriel F. Federico’s amazing new book asks: When is the auditory system developed, can the fetus’ hearing be precisely defined, can the acoustic environment be measured inside the mother’s womb, can the sounds made by the mother be distinguished from other sounds, what can the fetus hear, how does the fetus react to noise and communications? This was just the beginning, he tells us. Later on, other questions came to his mind: Can the fetus memorize sounds? What happens with melodies? Does an intrauterine learning exist? Can we speak about prenatal footprint or memory track? What kind of music should an unborn baby listen to? How could Music Therapy help during pregnancy development? Can music help to make pregnancy a less worrisome period? Does prenatal bonding strengthened by music exist? Does music have any benefits on fetal development? If it does, which are they? Parents who read this book will learn they can make a difference in their baby’s development by beingattentive to their own bodies playing music and engaging in other ways with their unborn children in prenatal bonding actively listening and responding to their unborn babies’ nonverbal cues undergoing ultrasound examinations together with their partners while talking to their babies participating in group activities of pregnant mothers. The childcare professional and educator will benefit by learning important lessons about early human development. Based on this information the professional will discover new ways to observe, relate and design prenatal preparation programs. Both these groups will find the material theoretically sound and of great practical value. This is a book that will make a difference to the lives of many thousands of babies. Thomas R. Verny MD, D. Psych., FRCPC.
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