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State as an Infant-Environment Interaction: An Analysis of Mother-Infant Behavior as a Function of Sex.
Lewis, Michael – 1971
The literature on the psychological construct of state is reviewed, and it is proposed that state be defined in terms of an infant-environment interaction. Interactive behavior of 32 mother-infant dyads was observed in the home for a total of 2 hours for each pair, in order to explore various types of interactive processes and analyses. A…
Descriptors: Behavior, Heterogeneous Grouping, Home Visits, Infant Behavior