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Emotion matching and emotion regulation in infancy

@inproceedings{Fowler2011EmotionMA,
  title={Emotion matching and emotion regulation in infancy},
  author={Nia C Fowler},
  year={2011}
}
  • Nia C Fowler
  • Published 2011
  • Psychology
  • As part of the longitudinal study First Steps, this thesis attempts to elaborate on our understanding of the development of emotion matching and emotion regulation in infancy. Emotion matching can be defined as the ability to accurately copy the same facial configuration of another with, or without, experiencing the associated internal emotional state. Using a peek-a-boo emotion elicitation paradigm, this thesis explores the age at which infants first match emotional expressions, and whether… CONTINUE READING
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