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Between Terror and Trust: Patterns of Parent-Infant Communication in Play
Unformatted Document Text:  couple with an infant in a baby carriage sitting by a water fountain on the opposite side of the garden from where she was standing. She focused her camcorder on them from the distance and videotaped spontaneous peek-a-boo and monster-face game between a man, probably the father, and an infant girl, probably hid daughter. The whole scene took one minute and fifty seconds. The Peek-a-boo and Monster-Face Scaring Scene When Kyas noticed this family in the chateau’s garden, the father was standing behind the baby carriage and was tapping the infant girl on her head as to get her attention. When the father felt he got the infant girl’s attention, he hid behind the baby carriage. The baby looked around as if looking from where the father is going to appear, but then focused on something else. The father finally peeked from behind the baby carriage, but the infant girl was looking somewhere else. So, the father tapped the baby girl on her head again and then he hid on the right side of the baby carriage and peeked at her. The girl was already focused and looking in the father’s direction. He then sneaked around the carriage to the left side and the girl followed his movement. The father saw that and sneaked again to the right side and tried to kiss the girl. This was a great training of eye-direction detection. After that he sneaked around the baby carriage again and peeked from behind. The girl did not see him and the father grabbed the girl’s shoulders by a fast strong move. The girl was surprised and maybe a little bit startled. The father then moved around the carriage to the right side and kissed her. It looked as if he wanted to comfort the girl and make sure, that she knew that this scary game was safe. The girl then turned away and

Authors: Kyas, Jirina. and Steen, Francis.
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couple with an infant in a baby carriage sitting by a water fountain on the opposite side of
the garden from where she was standing. She focused her camcorder on them from the
distance and videotaped spontaneous peek-a-boo and monster-face game between a man,
probably the father, and an infant girl, probably hid daughter. The whole scene took one
minute and fifty seconds.
The Peek-a-boo and Monster-Face Scaring Scene
When Kyas noticed this family in the chateau’s garden, the father was standing
behind the baby carriage and was tapping the infant girl on her head as to get her
attention. When the father felt he got the infant girl’s attention, he hid behind the baby
carriage. The baby looked around as if looking from where the father is going to appear,
but then focused on something else. The father finally peeked from behind the baby
carriage, but the infant girl was looking somewhere else. So, the father tapped the baby
girl on her head again and then he hid on the right side of the baby carriage and peeked at
her. The girl was already focused and looking in the father’s direction. He then sneaked
around the carriage to the left side and the girl followed his movement. The father saw
that and sneaked again to the right side and tried to kiss the girl. This was a great training
of eye-direction detection.
After that he sneaked around the baby carriage again and peeked from behind.
The girl did not see him and the father grabbed the girl’s shoulders by a fast strong move.
The girl was surprised and maybe a little bit startled. The father then moved around the
carriage to the right side and kissed her. It looked as if he wanted to comfort the girl and
make sure, that she knew that this scary game was safe. The girl then turned away and


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