Tuesday, 3 May 2016

Research Article: Effect of Maternal Responsiveness on Young Infants' Social Bidding-Like Behavior during the Still Face Task

Authors
Ann E. Bigelow (Department of Psychology, St. Francis Xavier University)
Michelle Power (Department of Psychology, St. Francis Xavier University)


Paper Highlights

  • Does maternal responsiveness influence the emergence of infants' social bidding-like behaviour in the Still Face Task?
  • Maternal responsiveness predicts young infants’ social bidding-like behaviour.
  • Maternal responsiveness enhances infants’ awareness that they are effective agents in instigating social interaction.
Author keywords: social bidding-like behavior, maternal responsiveness, still face task

DOI: 10.1002/icd.1974 


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