Reformulating infant and toddler social competence with peers.

@article{Williams2007ReformulatingIA,
  title={Reformulating infant and toddler social competence with peers.},
  author={S. T. Williams and L. Ontai and A. Mastergeorge},
  journal={Infant behavior & development},
  year={2007},
  volume={30 2},
  pages={
          353-65
        }
}
Efforts to identify children at risk for social and academic difficulties at an early age have begun to apply conceptualizations of social competence with peers from childhood to infancy and toddlerhood. These attempts have had limited success, in part because social behaviors studied in later childhood such as negative or aggressive acts may not capture relevant dimensions of social competence with peers during the infant and toddler years. The present study conducted an exploratory factor… Expand
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