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– About: infant selective trust and how that effects development in young children.
– must use references listed.
Headings: (1) Headings follow APA format (APA manual 7th edition). Pay particular attention to whether the heading is level 1, level 2, level 3, etc. (helpful link) (2) Informative heading titles. Reference Page: (1) Separate Page, (2) Header: “References” bolded, centered, and not underlined, (3) Double Spaced, (4) Hanging indent (first line of a reference not indented and subsequent lines indented), (5) Alphabetized by last name of first authors, (6) References follow APA reference list format (-.5 pt. for every error after 2 errors)
Format: (1) Times New Roman, (2) 12-pt font, (3), 1″ Margins, (4) Double spaced
Article Quantity/Quality: (1) Minimum 10 empirical articles, (2) No unapproved chapters, (3) At least 5 articles 10 years old or newer
– References that should be used in paper:
Brian, J. A., Landry, R., Szatmari, P., Niccols, A., & Bryson, S. (2003). Habituation in high-Risk infants: reliability and patterns of responding. Infant and Child Development, 12(4), 387–394. https://doi-org.erl.lib.byu.edu/10.1002/icd.327
Chow, V. (2010). A matter of trust: The influence of a looker’s past reliability on infants’ gaze following and reasoning about beliefs (Order No. NR71153). Available from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global. (857961121).
Chow, V., Poulin, D. D., & Lewis, J. (2008). To see or not to see: infants prefer to follow the gaze of a reliable looker. Developmental Science, 11(5), 761–770. https://doi-org.erl.lib.byu.edu/10.1111/j.1467-7687.2008.00726.x
Colombo, J., Mitchell, D. W., Coldren, J. T., & Freeseman, L. J. (1991). Individual differences in infant visual attention: are short lookers faster processors or feature processors? Child Development, 62(6), 1247–1257. https://doi.org/10.2307/1130804
Luchkina, E., Sobel, D. M., & Morgan, J. L. (2018). Eighteen-month-olds selectively generalize words from accurate speakers to novel contexts. Developmental Science, 21(6), e12663. https://doi-org.erl.lib.byu.edu/10.1111/desc.12663
Moore, R., Mueller, B., Kaminski, J., & Tomasello, M. (2015). Two-year-old children but not domestic dogs understand communicative intentions without language, gestures, or gaze. Developmental Science, 18(2), 232–242. https://doi-org.erl.lib.byu.edu/10.1111/desc.12206
Paulus, M. (2011). How infants relate looker and object: evidence for a perceptual learning account of gaze following in infancy. Developmental Science, 14(6), 1301–1310. https://doi-org.erl.lib.byu.edu/10.1111/j.1467-7687.2011.01076.x
Poulin-Dubois, D., Brooker, I., & Polonia, A. (2011). Infants prefer to imitate a reliable person. Infant Behavior & Development, 34(2), 303–309. https://doi-org.erl.lib.byu.edu/10.1016/j.infbeh.2011.01.006
Poulin-Dubois, D., & Chow, V. (2009). The effect of a looker’s past reliability on infants’ reasoning about beliefs. Developmental Psychology, 45(6), 1576–1582. https://doi-org.erl.lib.byu.edu/10.1037/a0016715
Woodward, A. L. (2003). Infants’ developing understanding of the link between looker and object. Developmental Science, 6(3), 297–311. https://doi-org.erl.lib.byu.edu/10.1111/1467-7687.00286