BioBehavioral Synchrony

Catherine Tamis-LeMonda & Kathy Hirsh-Pasek
Tasks: 2 dyadic play interactions, 9 minutes in length each, during which parent (P) and child (C) interact jointly with a toy placed between them (2 toys, order of which is counterbalanced between participants). During each activity, Experimenter (E) called P on phone to spend 3 minutes filling out a questionnaire together over the phone (this was called the "distraction" condition, interjected between "play" conditions in which P and C played together uninterrupted). Demo: Data...
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