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    • The Ability of Four-Month-Olds to Discriminate Changes in Vocal Information in Multimodal Displays 

      McCartney, Jason (Virginia Tech, 1999-05-06)
      Recent investigations into infantsâ intersensory perception suggest a specific developmental pattern for infantsâ attention to visible and auditory attributes of dynamic human faces. This work has proposed that infantsâ ...
    • Do Infants Discriminate Hyper-from Non-Hyperarticulated Speech? 

      Wu, Qiong (Virginia Tech, 2011-02-10)
      Several studies have found that adult caretakers usually hyperarticulate to infants by modifying their voice in ways that promote and sustain infantsâ attention. This articulation when engaging in infant directed speech ...
    • Infant attention to rate of infant directed speech in the context of varying levels of visual stimulation 

      Cooper, Jamie S. (Virginia Tech, 1999-12-03)
      Past research has found that infants between 1- and 4-months of age prefer extremely slow infant-directed (ID) speech to normal ID speech. Given that previous studies have paired the speech with a visual display, it was ...
    • Infant attention to rate of infant directed speech in the context of varying levels of visual stimulation 

      Cooper, Jamie S. (Virginia Tech, 2001-03-13)
      Past research has found that infants between 1- and 4-months of age prefer extremely slow infant-directed (ID) speech to normal ID speech. Given that previous studies have paired the speech with a visual display, it was ...
    • Learning in Families Together. Infant Brain Development 

      DeBord, Karen (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2013-11-11)
      This publication is one in a series that reviews tips parents can use to improve the relationships with their children and the learning that happens within the family. This publication deals in particular with infant brain ...
    • Learning in Families Together. Infant Curiosity 

      DeBord, Karen (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2013-11-06)
      This publication is one in a series that reviews tips parents can use to improve the relationships with their children and the learning that happens within the family. This publication deals in particular with infant development.
    • Learning in Families Together. Infant Development 1 

      DeBord, Karen (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2013-11-06)
      This publication is one in a series that reviews tips parents can use to improve the relationships with their children and the learning that happens within the family. This publication deals in particular with infant development.
    • Learning in Families Together. Infant Development 2 

      DeBord, Karen (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2013-11-07)
      This publication is one in a series that reviews tips parents can use to improve the relationships with their children and the learning that happens within the family. This publication deals in particular with infant development.
    • Understanding Growth and Development Patterns of Infants 

      Ruffin, Novella J. (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-05-01)
      The first five years of life are a time of incredible growth and learning. An understanding of the rapid changes in a child's developmental status prepares parents and caregivers to give active and purposeful attention to ...