Subject: parental gender | Psychology | father–infant interaction | dynamic systems | infant gender | state-space grid (SSG) | BF1-990 | mother–infant interaction | Original Research
This study aimed to investigate the influence of parental gender on their interaction with their infants, considering, as well, the role of the infant’s gender. The State Space Grid (SSG) method, a graphical tool based on the non-linear dynamic system (NDS) approach was... View more
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