The Infant as a Focus for Family Reciprocity
The human infant, from birth onward, exhibits predictable behavioral patterns with an adult conspecific. Within the first few weeks, he establishes differentiated behavioral sets for interaction with objects and with persons (Brazelton, Koslowski, & Main, 1974).
KeywordsJoint State Mutual Orientation Expressive Modality Neutral Facial Expression Single Behavior
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