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Smiling Response: Introduction (03:20)

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This study depicts typical behavior patterns of infants and will test popular beliefs about children beginning to smile at their parents during the second month of life. Experiment rules include avoiding speaking to or touching the infants.

The Smiling Response: Part I (11:10)

Rene Spitz and Katherine Wolf use different facial expressions, props, and objects to elicit a response from infants. See how the children respond to each stimulus.

The Smiling Response: Part II (14:47)

Spitz and Wolf hope to understand how infants respond to inanimate objects by attaching Halloween masks to a dummy. They continue using different facial expressions and angles to understand when and why infants begin smiling. They conclude that during the first year of life, a baby's smile response does not represent emotion.

Credits: The Smiling Response (00:06)

Credits: The Smiling Response

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The Smiling Response: An Experimental Investigation into the Ontogenesis of Social Relations

Part of the Series : René A. Spitz: Problems in Infancy
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This video features original silent footage from René Spitz's research on child development. It focuses on the development of the smiling response in infancy. Black & White.

Length: 30 minutes

Item#: BVL160119

ISBN: 978-1-64481-338-6

Copyright date: ©1948

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