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Fearful faces modulate looking duration and attention disengagement in 7-month-old infants
The present study investigated whether facial expressions modulate visual attention in 7-month-old infants. First, infants’ looking duration to individually presented fearful, happy, and novel facial expressions was compared ...
Motherhood and oxytocin receptor genetic variation are associated with selective changes in electrocortical responses to infant facial expressions
Recent studies suggest that parental caregiving is associated with adaptive changes in neurocognitive responses to emotional cues and oxytocin function, possibly reflecting the increased need of parents to monitor infants' ...
The emergence and stability of the attentional bias to fearful faces in infancy
Several studies have shown that at 7 months of age, infants display an attentional bias toward fearful facial expressions. In this study, we analyzed visual attention and heart rate data from a cross-sectional study with ...