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The Effects of Emotional Contexts on Infant Smiling
Korean J Child Stud. 2003;24(6):15-31.

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Development of perception of emotional expressions: The influence of multimodal, familiar, and unfamiliar contexts
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Smiling
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The signal value of infant smiling and brow knitting
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Smiling
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Adult recipients of infant communications: A sex difference in the salience of early “social” smiling
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Developmental changes in the configuration of infant communicative actions: Vocalization, gazing, and smiling
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