The origins of dance in infancy: Characterizing the development of dance during the first two years of life

Affiliated institutions: University of California San Diego

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Dance is a universal human behavior, and a crucial component of human musicality. What drives and limits the earliest ages dance can appear? We aimed to characterize infants' earliest dance behavior, asking: When do infants begin to spontaneously dance to music, and how variable is this age of onset? What predicts whether an infant can dance: Is this simply a function of gross motor development? D...


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