Smiling and fussing in seven-month-old preterm and full-term black infants in the still-face situation.

@article{Segal1995SmilingAF,
  title={Smiling and fussing in seven-month-old preterm and full-term black infants in the still-face situation.},
  author={Liat Segal and Harriet Oster and Michal Cohen and Beni Caspi and Melissa Myers and Denise Brown},
  journal={Child development},
  year={1995},
  volume={66 6},
  pages={
          1829-43
        }
}
We investigated emotional responses to the still-face paradigm in 7-month-old preterm and full-term black infants. Baby FACS criteria were used to code the duration and intensity of infant smiles and the presence or absence of cry faces and fussy vocalizations within each episode. Infants in both groups showed the still-face effect: a significant reduction in smiling from episode 1 (baseline) to episode 2 (maternal still-face) and partial return to baseline in episode 3 (recovery). A… CONTINUE READING
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