Infants' perception of dynamic affective expressions: do infants distinguish specific expressions?

@article{Soken1999InfantsPO,
  title={Infants' perception of dynamic affective expressions: do infants distinguish specific expressions?},
  author={N H Soken and Anne D Pick},
  journal={Child development},
  year={1999},
  volume={70 6},
  pages={1275-82}
}
Seven-month-old infants' perception of positive (happy, interested) and negative (angry, sad) affective expressions was investigated using a preferential looking procedure (n = 20 in each of 6 conditions). The infants saw two videotaped facial expressions and heard a single vocal expression concordant with one of the facial expressions. The voice on the soundtrack was played 5 s out of synchrony with the ongoing affective visual display. Infants participated in one of six conditions (all… CONTINUE READING

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