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The work being advanced on sueking as a self-regulating behavior should provide an important model for theory development. The investigations coneerning environmental Stimulation of premature infants provide a basis for returning to the theoretical notions about how external stimuli influenee the function and development of the central nervous system; there is need to clarify whether the preterm infant needs arousing or soothing and whether external stimuli aid in self-regulation. There is also need to redefine the theoretical assumptions about parental attachment.
Data gathered from 50 children aged 7 to 13 years attending a hospital clinic revealed that traditional times of three to five minutes were insufficient for obtaining accurate oral temperatures. Optimumplacement time was seven minutes for febrile children. Data from 40 children, aged 1 to 6, revealed that optimum placement for rectal temperature readings was four minutes. Significant differences in optimum placement by gender were noted for rectal, but not oral temperature readings. With the exception of information about specific statistical tests used, the research process was clearly articulated.
Annual Review of Nursing Research by Kathryn E. Barnard (auth.), Harriet H. Werley Ph.D., Joyce J. Fitzpatrick Ph.D. (eds.)