243. Profiling Infants’ Communicative Behavior: Identifying Behavioral Markers of Infant Difficult Temperament and Insecure Attachment

      Face-to-face play elicits the infant’s most advanced communication capacities at 4 months of age. Prior findings suggest that infant self-contingency, the degree of stability/variability of the infant’s behavior from moment-to-moment, is associated with infant temperament and attachment. Herein we assessed whether infant self-contingency of communicative behavior would cohere into clusters of infants and associate with psychosocial measures of infant temperament and attachment.
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