Toy Type and Parent-Infant Communications

October 27, 2017 by: Pediatrics for Parents staff Article Tags: ,

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The Question: Does the type of toy used in adult-infant play affect the type and quality of parent-infant communication? The Study: The quality and quantity of parent-infant communications was observed for 26 parent-infant pairs in three different settings: playing with electronic toys, traditional toys, and books. The infants ranged in age from 10 to 16…

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