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Putting infants in their place

By David Spurrett and Andrew Dellis


The interests of mother and infants do not exactly coincide. Further, infants are not merely objects of attempted control by mothers, but the sources of attempts to control what mothers do. Taking account of the ways in which this is so suggest an enriched perspective on mother-infant interaction, and on the beginnings of conventionalized signaling

Topics: Developmental Psychology, Behavioral Biology, Behavioral & Brain Sciences
Year: 2003
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