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Between Terror and Trust: Patterns of Parent-Infant Communication in Play

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This talk aims to throw light on the patterns that regulate certain types of parent-infant communication. We focus on playful transactions that involve an element of pretend danger, such as peek-a-boo, cuddle-eating, finger-eating, stationary chase play, pretend attack, and crawling chase play. Using video analysis, we demonstrate the delicate timing involved, the ebb and flow of emotional arousal, and the enactment of mock monsters. Drawing on theoretical work by Piaget (1952, 1954), Bruner & Sherwood (1978), Vygotsky (1978), Fauconnier and Turner (1996), and Steen & Owens (2001) we use a multidimensional perspective to elucidate the psychological dynamics that drive these communicational patterns, suggesting that they constitute a complex form of pedagogy directed towards training emotional self-regulation and terrror management through simulation.

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Kyas, Jirina. and Steen, Francis. "Between Terror and Trust: Patterns of Parent-Infant Communication in Play" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Marriott Hotel, San Diego, CA, May 27, 2003 <Not Available>. 2009-05-26 <http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p111445_index.html>

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Kyas, J. G. and Steen, F. F. , 2003-05-27 "Between Terror and Trust: Patterns of Parent-Infant Communication in Play" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Marriott Hotel, San Diego, CA Online <.PDF>. 2009-05-26 from http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p111445_index.html

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Abstract: This talk aims to throw light on the patterns that regulate certain types of parent-infant communication. We focus on playful transactions that involve an element of pretend danger, such as peek-a-boo, cuddle-eating, finger-eating, stationary chase play, pretend attack, and crawling chase play. Using video analysis, we demonstrate the delicate timing involved, the ebb and flow of emotional arousal, and the enactment of mock monsters. Drawing on theoretical work by Piaget (1952, 1954), Bruner & Sherwood (1978), Vygotsky (1978), Fauconnier and Turner (1996), and Steen & Owens (2001) we use a multidimensional perspective to elucidate the psychological dynamics that drive these communicational patterns, suggesting that they constitute a complex form of pedagogy directed towards training emotional self-regulation and terrror management through simulation.

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Between Terror and Trust: Patterns of Parent-Infant Communication in Play What thou hast inherited from the fathers labour for in order to possess it. -- Goethe INTRODUCTION This talk aims to throw light on the patterns that regulate certain types of parent- infant communication. We focus on playful transactions that involve an element of pretend danger. Many of these typically involve fathers rather than mothers although in our material mothers frequently express their appreciation for the behavior. We use
Jerome and V. Sherwood (1978). Peekaboo and the learning of rule structures. Play: Its Role in Development and Evolution. Ed. J. Bruner A. Jolly K. Silva. New York: Basic Books. Fauconnier Gilles and Mark Turner (1998). Conceptual integration networks. Cognitive Science 22. 2: 133-187. Piaget Jean (1952). The Origins of Intelligence in Children. New York: International Universities Press. Piaget Jean (1954). The Construction of Reality in the Child. New York: Basic Books Steen Francis F.; Owens Stephanie (2001). Evolution’s


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