Infant responses to direction of parental gaze : 3 A comparison of two still-face conditions

  title={Infant responses to direction of parental gaze : 3 A comparison of two still-face conditions},
  author={Christine E. F. Delgado and Daniel S. Messinger and Marygrace E. Yale},
8 Six-month-old infants ( N = 43) showed differences in the frequency of neutral/positive vocalizations 9 produced when exposed to a standard (parent gazes at infant) versus modified still-face condition (parent 10 gazes above infant). No significant differences in smiling, social gaze, negative affect, and fuss/cry 11 vocalizations were observed. © 2002 Published by Elsevier Science Inc. 12 
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