mutual coordination between infant and stranger than infant and mother. This suggests that
mutual, or bi–directional, coordination assesses vigilance rather than "attunement." The coordination between infant and stranger predicted attachment status just as well as that between infant and mother. In addition, infant and stranger coordination was the most powerful cognitive predictor. This work further defines a fundamental dyadic timing matrix that guides infant development.
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.
Dialogical Nature of Cognition (Philippe Rochat).
Face–to–Face Play: Its Temporal Structure as Predictor of Socioaffective Development (Daniel N. Stern).
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