See and be seen: Infant-caregiver social looking during locomotor free play

Karen Adolph & John Franchak
Face-to-face interaction between infants and their caregivers is a mainstay of developmental research. However, common paradigms for studying infant-caregiver interaction oversimplify the act of social looking by placing infants and caregivers in stationary positions facing each other. In more naturalistic settings, infants and caregivers must coordinate movements of their bodies and heads to look at each another amid the demands of other ongoing actions. We hypothesized that social looking for each member of the dyad...
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