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Learning how babies communicate can teach us a lot about the development of human social interactions.
University of Miami psychologist finds patterns of nonverbal emotional communication between infants and mothers to help develop a baby robot that learns.
Researchers at the University of Miami show that maternal responsiveness can predict language growth among children in the early stages of autism.
University of Miami psychologists use non-expert student observers in autism research.
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