Television Viewing Patterns in 6-to 18-Month-Olds : The Role of Caregiver – Infant Interactional Quality

@inproceedings{Fidler2010TelevisionVP,
  title={Television Viewing Patterns in 6-to 18-Month-Olds : The Role of Caregiver – Infant Interactional Quality},
  author={Ashley P Fidler and Elizabeth Zack and Rachel F. Barr},
  year={2010}
}
The present study examines coviewing of Baby Mozart by 6to 18-monthold infants and their caregivers under naturalistic conditions. We had two questions. First, extending the method of Barr, Zack, Garcia, and Muentener (Infancy, 13 [2008], 30–56) to a younger population, we asked if age, prior exposure, and caregiver verbal input would predict infant looking to a Baby Mozart video from 6 to 18 months. Second, we asked if caregiver–infant interactional quality, defined as the amount of shared… CONTINUE READING

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