Volume 4, Number 4, 2003
TARGET ARTICLE
The Still-Face: A History of a Shared Experimental Paradigm
Lauren B. Adamson and Janet E. Frick

TARGET ARTICLE: COMMENTARIES
Things Still To Be Done on the Still-Face Effect
Edward Z. Tronick

The Still-Face Effect: Methodological Issues and New Applications
Darwin Muir and Kang Lee

Additional Components of the Still-Face Effect: Commentary on Adamson and Frick
Jeffrey F. Cohn

TARGET ARTICLE: RESPONSE
One Still-Face, Many Visions
Janet E. Frick and Lauren B. Adamson

RESEARCH ARTICLES
Parent and Nonparent Perception of the Multimodal Infant Cry
Julia R. Irwin

The Impact of Maternal Characteristics and Sensitivity on the Concordance between Maternal Reports and Laboratory Observations of Infant Negative Emotionality
Esther M. Leerkes and Susan C. Crockenberg

Infant Emotionality: Observational Methods and the Validity of Maternal Reports
David R. Forman, Michael W. O’Hara, Karin Larsen, Katherine C. Coy, Laura L. Gorman, and Scott Stuart

Cross-Task Stability in Infant Attention: New Perspectives Using the Still-Face Procedure
B. Shayle Abelkop and Janet E. Frick

Newborn Behavior and Risk of Postnatal Depression in the Mother
A. L. Sutter-Dallay, L. Murray, E. Glatigny-Dallay, and H. Verdoux

BRIEF REPORTS
Child, Caregiver, and Temperament Contributions to Infant Joint Attention
Amy Vaughan, Peter Mundy, Jessica Block, Courtney Burnette, Christine Delgado, Yania Gomez, Jessica Meyer, A. Rebecca Neal, and Yuly Pomares

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