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Early sensitivity to interpersonal timing

Henning, Anne and Striano, Tricia (2004) Early sensitivity to interpersonal timing. [Conference Poster]

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Abstract

Sensitivity to timing in interaction was assessed in mother-infant interaction. In Study 1, three-month-old infants were presented with an image of their mother interacting with them on television, which was either live or temporally delayed by 1 second. Infants detected the temporal delay and were more attentive when the mother was presented live compared to delayed by 1 second. In Study 2, mothers interacted with an image of their three-month-old infant, which was either live or temporally delayed by 1 second. Mothers did not respond to a 1-second delay in their infants' behavior. In Study 3 and 4, the results were replicated with six-month-old infants.

Item Type:Conference Poster
Keywords:mother-infant interaction, intersubjectivity, temporal timing, social contingency
Subjects:Psychology > Developmental Psychology
ID Code:4066
Deposited By:Prince, Dr Christopher G.
Deposited On:14 Apr 2005
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:55

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