Teaching caregivers to imitate their infant’s vocalizations

Did you know responsive interactions are extremely supportive of infant development?

Responsive interactions mean that you respond to your baby’s behavior. While this may seem like a simple thing, the contingent interactions can help your baby learn that their behavior is having a predictable change on their world. Awareness of the contingencies may support infant learning about other patterns in the environment.

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Check out more information about our study where we taught caregivers to imitate their infant’s interactions.

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