but he has also published many articles on social attraction in animals, social loafing in groups, and the spread of social influence in populations. In the 1980s, he was director of UNC's Institute for Research in Social Science (now the Odum Institute).Latané was instrumental in introducing ideas from dynamical systems theory into social psychology, demonstrating, for example, how various forms of order could emerge spontaneously in large social groups from individual's simple attempts to fit in with their local neighbors. For information on this and Medela products, ask your local rental station.For product information, availability and pricing, visit Breastfeeding National Network (BNN) or call 1- 800 TELL YOU to find a local rental/retail location.
Batte compiled an extensive collection of genealogical and historical research notes and files. He taught at Columbia University, the Ohio State University, Florida Atlantic University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. (under the mentorship of Stanley Schachter) from the University of Minnesota in 1963.Customer Service is available at 1 800 435-8316 for product questions. Bruce, BSN, IBCLC, Barbara Wilson-Clay BS, IBCLC; Catherine Watson Genna, BS, IBCLC, and Mary Bibb, BA, IBCLC.References: 1 American Academy of Pediatrics: Report of the Committee on Infectious Disease, ed 24, Elk Grove Village, Ill, 1997.