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Maternal Sensitivity and Infant Behavior in the Still-Face Paradigm: A Cross-Cultural Comparison Between Hispanic and White/Non-Hispanic Infants

Semester: Spring 2024

Presentation description

This study examines 3 research questions. The 1st question is whether there are differences in infant behavior during the Still Face Paradigm for White/Non-Hispanic & Hispanic infants. The 2nd question is whether there are differences in levels of maternal sensitivity during the free-play interactions for Hispanic & White/Non-Hispanic mothers. The 3rd question is if the associations between maternal sensitivity and infant behavior differs for Hispanic & White/Non-Hispanic mother-infant dyads.

Presenter Name: Andrew Parker

Presentation Type: Poster
Presentation Format: In Person
Presentation #C63
College: Social & Behavioral Science
School / Department: Psychology
Research Mentor: Lee Raby
Date | Time: Tuesday, Apr 9th | 1:00 PM