婴幼儿行为研究

研究者通常用行为观察记录分析系统研究对母亲的敏感性,或者婴儿时期的学习行为的研究来了解更多的语言行为。视频能捕捉到婴幼儿对某些刺激的反应。你可以观察到孩子在婴儿时期快速成长的过程。因此,许多研究者都选择研究这个阶段孩子的行为。通常研究都是在行为观察记录分析实验室中进行的。在这样一个受控的环境中,研究者可以精确的测量孩子的探索性和注视的方向。一些研究者选择用眼动仪来跟踪捕捉孩子注视的方向。你是否对婴幼儿行为的研究感兴趣?了解更多有关于这类试验的案例吧。

研究婴幼儿早期生活行为

 

我们从未质疑,我们的很多习惯形成于婴幼儿时期。例如,使用左右手的习惯就形成于我们婴幼儿时期,也会伴随我们一生。然而,因为婴幼儿不能进行有效的沟通,所以通过观察行为来了解婴幼儿早期发展的特点是最有效的方式。通过行为观察记录分析系统可以对幼儿的行为进行有效和精确的编码,并且这也是研究婴幼儿早期生活的理想工具。

 

     

 

http://info.noldus.com/bid/92878/Early-Infant-behavior-development-of-hand-preference

  • Nelson, E.L.; Campbell, J.M.; Michel, G.F. (2013). Unimanual to bimanual: Tracking the development of handedness from 6 to 24 months. Infant Behavior and Development, 36, 181-188.

观察婴幼儿的行为

一个婴儿无法填写成长报告,或与研究者进行交流,因此,排除这些可能性进行研究后,就只能通过观察他们的行为进行研究了。对于这项研究,行为观察记录分析实验室是最适合的。在婴幼儿熟悉的自然环境下进行隐秘观察,并通过使用行为观察分析记录系统来确定您的数据被精确有效的编码。

http://info.noldus.com/bid/90694/Parent-child-interaction-research-in-a-lab-and-on-site

  • Umemura, T.; Jacobvitz, D.; Messina, S.; Hazen, N. (2013). Do toddlers prefer the primary caregiver or the parent with whom they feel more secure? The role of toddler emotion. Infant Behavior and Development, 36, 102-114.

相关出版

每周都会有引用诺达思产品的涉及不同领域的科学论文发表在一些知名杂志上。下面列示的只是一小部分不同领域研究婴幼儿行为的出版社:

  • Puyvelde, M. van; Loots, G.; Vinck, B.; Coster, L. de; Matthijs, L.; Mouvet, K. (2013). The interplay between tonal synchrony and social engagement in mother-infant interaction. Infancy, 1-24
  • Umemura, T.; Jacobvitz, D.; Messina, S.; Hazen, N. (2012). Do toddlers prefer the primary caregiver or the parent with whom they feel more secure? The role of toddler emotion. Infant Behavior & Development, 36, 102-114.
  • Corbetta, D.; Guan. Y.; Williams, J.L. (2012). Infant Eye-Tracking in the Context of Goal-Directed Action. Infancy, 17(1), 102-125.
  • Colonnesi, C.; Bogels, S.M.; Vente, W. de; Majdandzic, M. (2012). What coy smiles say about positive Shyness in early infancy. Infancy, DOI: 10.1111/j.1532-7078.2012.00117.x
  • Schietecatte, I.; Roeyers, H.; Warreyn, P. (2011). Can infants' orientation to social stimuli predict later joint attention skills? British Journal of Developmental Psychology, DOI:10.1111/j.2044-835X.2011.020239.
  • Parade, S.H.; Leerkes, E.M. (2011). Marital aggression predicts infant orienting toward mother at six months. Infant Behavior and Development, 34, 235-238.
  • Cecchini, M.; Baroni, E.; Di Vito, C.; Piccolo, F.; Lai, C. (2011). Newborn preference for a new face vs. a previously seen communicative or motionless face. Infant Behavior and Development, 34, 424-433.
  • Wilson, P., et al. (2010). Inexpensive video camera used by parents to record social communication in epidemiological investigations in early childhood - A feasibility study. Infant Behavior and Development, doi:10.1016/j.infbeh.2010.09.007.
  • Gaffan, E.A.; Healy, S.; Murray, L.; Martins, C. (2010). Early Social Experience and Individual Differences in Infants' Joint Attention. Social Development, 19 (2), 369-396.
  • Ham, J.; Tronick, E. (2009). Relational psychophysiology: Lessons from mother-infant physiology research on dyadically expanded states of consciousness. Psychotherapy Research, DOI: 10.1080/10503300802609672, 1-14.
  • Blauw-Hospers, C.H., MSc; Dirks, T.; Hulshof, L.J.; MD; Hadders-Algra, M., MD, PhD (2010). Development of a Quantitative Tool to Assess the Content of Physical Therapy for Infants. Research Report, DOI: 10.1097/PEP.0b013e3181dbd5f1, 189-197.
  • Nichols, S.R.; Svetlova, M.; Brownell, C.A. (2010). Toddlers' Understanding of Peers' Emotions. The Journal of Genetic Psychology, 2010, 171 (1), 35-53.