Effects of familiarity and attentiveness of partner on 6-month-old infants' social engagement

Emmanuel Devouche, Sara Dominguez, Anne Bobin-Bègue, Maya Gratier, Gisèle Apter
Infant Behavior & Development 2012, 35 (4): 737-41
This study presents an ecological experiment investigating 6-month-olds' social engagement. Results show that infants look and smile more at a socially attending distant partner than at an inattentive partner and that their looking and smiling behavior is different when the inattentive partner is their mother.

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