Rhythms of Dialogue in Infancy: Coordinated Timingin Development
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BeschreibungCoordination 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.
InhaltsverzeichnisAbstract. 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.
PortraitContributors Include: Joseph Jaffe M.D. Theoretical Biology and Neuroscience Department of Communication Sciences, N.Y.S. Psychiatric Institute, and Department of Psychiatry (in Neurosurgery), College of Physicians & Surgeons, Columbia Beatrice Beebe Ph.D. Infancy and Psychoanalysis Department of Communication Sciences, N.Y.S. Psychiatric Institute, and Department of Psychiatry, College of Physicians & Surgeons, Columbia University N.Y.U. Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis Stanley Feldstein Ph.D. Statistics, Communication and Clinical Research Department of Psychology, University of Maryland, Baltimore County Cynthia L. Crown Ph.D. Social Psychology Department of Psychology, Xavier University Michael D. Jasnow Ph.D. Psychoanalysis, Child Psychology and Cognitive Science Center for Professional Psychology, George Washington University
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: BLACKWELL PUBL
Erscheinungsdatum: Juli 2001
Seitenanzahl: 164 Seiten