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Rhythms of Dialogue in Infancy. Coordinated Timingin Development. Edition No. 1. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development

  • ID: 2248030
  • Book
  • June 2001
  • 164 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Coordination between infant and adult is thought to be essential to infant development. However, the study is theoretically and methodologically grounded in a dyadic systems perspective and relational psychoanalysis. Our automated apparatus explores the micro-second timing of 4-month infant-adult vocal coordination to predict 12-month infant attachment and cognition. This work also further defines a fundamental dyadic timing matrix that guides the trajectory of infant development.
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Abstract.

Introduction.

Literature Review.

Method.

Results: The Timing of Sound and Silence.

Results: Coordinated Interpersonal Timing (CIT) at Age 4 Months.

Results: CIT Rhythms at Age 4 Months Predicts Outcomes at Age 12 Months.

Discussion.

References.

Acknowledgments.

Commentaries.

Dialogical Nature of Cognition (Philippe Rochat).

Face-to-Face Play: Its Temporal Structure as Predictor of Socioaffective Development (Daniel N. Stern).

Contributors.

Statement of Editorial Policy.

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Joseph Jaffe Columbia University.

Beatrice Beebe Columbia University.

Stanley Feldstein University of Maryland.

Cynthia L. Crown Xavier University.

Michael D. Jasnow George Washington University.
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