Individual differences in infants' neural responses to their peers' cry and laughter.

@article{CrespoLlado2018IndividualDI,
  title={Individual differences in infants' neural responses to their peers' cry and laughter.},
  author={Maria Magdalena Crespo-Llado and Ross E. Vanderwert and Elena Geangu},
  journal={Biological psychology},
  year={2018},
  volume={135},
  pages={
          117-127
        }
}
Infants' ability to process others' emotional expressions is fundamental for their social development. While infants' processing of emotions expressed by faces and speech has been more extensively investigated, less is known about how infants process non-verbal vocalizations of emotions. Here, we recorded frontal N100, P200, and LPC event-related potentials… CONTINUE READING