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Toddler and parent interaction the organisation of gaze, pointing, and vocalisation by Anna Filipi

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Published by John Benjamins Pub. Company in Amsterdam, Philadelphia .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Pragmatics,
  • Nonverbal communication

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementAnna Filipi.
SeriesPragmatics & beyond new series -- v. 192
Classifications
LC ClassificationsP99.4.P72 F55 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23668690M
ISBN 109789027254368
LC Control Number2009033620

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Clinician Forms and Handouts for Parent-Child Interaction Therapy with Toddlers. PCIT-T clinician forms and handouts, appendixes, and milestone checklists are available all together in a single master file, are available on a per session file basis, and are available individually on a . Differences in Parent-Toddler Interactions With Electronic Versus Print Books Tiffany G. Munzer, MD, aAlison L. Miller, PhD,b,c Heidi M. Weeks, PhD,d Niko Kaciroti, PhD,c,e Jenny Radesky, MD OBJECTIVES: Previous research has documented less dialogic interaction between parents and abstract preschoolers during electronic-book reading versus print. Shared book reading is 1 of the most important developmental activities parents can engage in with their children. 1 Shared book reading exposes children to more sophisticated speech and knowledge, 2, 3 and provides unhurried time to build attachment, 2, 4 in turn promoting executive functioning skills. 5 Nonverbal interactions during shared book reading, such as parental warmth and child.   MONDAY, Ma (HealthDay News) -- When it comes to reading to toddlers, apparently there is no substitute for an old-fashioned book. That's according to new research that found paper books foster better parent-child interactions than electronic books do.

  Print books seem to encourage better parent-toddler interaction than electronic books, a Pediatrics study finds. Nearly 40 parent-toddler pairs were observed while reading three types of books: a basic e-book, an enhanced e-book (e.g., with sound effects), and a print book. As a hands-on parent, my favorite kids’ activity is reading! The best books are ones that inspire a child’s imagination in innovative, surprising ways. 12 Best Interactive Books for Kids to Read. If you’ve ever found yourself telling your child to “be gentle” with a book, this list is for you.   Print books seem to encourage better parent-toddler interaction than electronic books, a Pediatrics study finds. Nearly 40 parent-toddler pairs were observed while reading three types of books: a basic e-book, an enhanced e-book (e.g., with sound effects), and a print book. Parents' dialogic verbalizations — for example, asking open-ended questions like "What do you think. with Toddlers (PCIT-T): Improving Attachment & Emotion Regulation 18th Annual Conference on Parent-Child Interaction Therapy for Traumatized Children Octo Sacramento, California Emma Girard, Psy.D.