Early developmental changes in the timing of turn-taking: a longitudinal study of mother–infant interaction

Abstract

To accomplish a smooth transition in conversation from one speaker to the next, a tight coordination of interaction between speakers is required. Recent studies of adult conversation suggest that this close timing of interaction may well be a universal feature of conversation. In the present paper, we set out to assess the development of this close timing… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01492

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@inproceedings{Hilbrink2015EarlyDC, title={Early developmental changes in the timing of turn-taking: a longitudinal study of mother–infant interaction}, author={Elma E. Hilbrink and Merideth Gattis and Stephen C. Levinson}, booktitle={Front. Psychol.}, year={2015} }