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The influences of caregiver experience and cry type upon adults' caregiving behaviors
(Northern Illinois University, 1985)
Past research has investigated both cry perception and cry acoustics to determine whether cries elicited by differing stimuli can be distinguished by adults and whether caregiving experience affects this ability. Although ...
The Role of Executive Functions in Facilitating Soothing Behavior During Interactions with a Simulated Distressed Infant
(Northern Illinois University, 2011)
Prior work has noted the importance of parenting for supporting the development of emotion regulation in infants/children. The goal of this study was to examine the influence of adult EF on behavioral responses to infant ...