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Joint Attention without Gaze Following: Human Infants and Their Parents Coordinate Visual Attention to Objects through Eye-Hand Coordination

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Eye-Hand coordination in parent-child interaction.

(a) Recurrence lag profiles between eyes and hands within each participant (top two panels) and across two social partners (bottom two panels) show close couplings within and across two individuals in the whole interaction. (b) Eye-Hand coordination within each participant (top two panels) and across two social partners (bottom two panels) at joint attention moments and moments without joint attention. Eyes and hands are more closely coupled at joint attention moments.

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0079659.g003