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MODAL: Multimodality in the Origins and Development of Attention and Language  /

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  1. Michèle Guidetti
  2. Cat Hobaiter
  3. Shirley Strum
  4. Mawa Dafreville

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Category: Methods and Measures

Description: This study combines cross-species and cross-cultural quantitative field observation to develop a more empirically informed account of the emergence of multimodal communication in infants interacting with attentive/inattentive mothers across species and environmental-cultural settings.

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