CARTA: Birth to Grandmotherhood: Childrearing in Human Evolution – Kim Bard: Infant State in Apes and Humans

5/2/2014; 21 minutes

Kim Bard of the University of Portsmouth, UK presents data on comparative development of infant states, that is, states of arousal, state regulation, emotion states, and engagement states in chimpanzee and human infants. Comparative developmental studies are valuable for understanding hominid evolution, and essential for delineating those characteristics that are uniquely human. Recorded on 02/21/2014. (#28030)

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