Emotional Expression in Infancy: II. Early Deviations in Down’s Syndrome
A previous report (Emde, Kligman, Reich, & Wade, this volume) summarized our initial studies with emotional signaling in normal infants. This report discusses an example of a deviation in such signaling.
KeywordsEmotional Expression Emotional ExPRESSION Case Vignette Normal Infant Emotional Signaling
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