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Between Terror and Trust: Patterns of Parent-Infant Communication in Play
Unformatted Document Text:  made a short scream. During that time the father exchanged an encouraging eye communication with the girl’s mother. Then the baby turned again towards him. While still standing on the right side of the baby carriage, he made a scary monster face while shaking his head side to side and making animal sounds and moving towards the girl’s face. After he did this, he waited for the girl’s response. He seamed ready to do it again but was not sure if the girl liked it and was ready to continue. The girl turned away and made a scream. The father touched the baby’s arm as to comfort her. Then he again exchanged encouraging eye communication and a few words with the girl’s mother. When the baby turned to him again, he continued to make the monster face three more times directly in the girl’s face. Between each monster-face scary expression the father quickly smiled at the girl, as if to reassure her, that this is just a safe game. The girl paid attention to him then turned away and made a short scream. The father laughed. Then the girl turned back to the father. They looked at each other and the father tried to touch the girl’s arm again to comfort it. The baby looked somewhere else. The father touched her arm to get her attention back. When the girl looked at him again, he did the monster face expression two more times. The baby turned away and made a short scream. The father looked at the mother, smiled, walked in front of the baby carriage and set down next to the mother on the edge of the fountain. The mother then started waving her hands towards the baby and the father joined her. They both waved at the girl gently for a few seconds and then the mother stopped. The father continued to wave for a little bit longer. The girl looked at them, then looked around and made a short scream again. This scene it is an excellent example for us to see how powerful the predator

Authors: Kyas, Jirina. and Steen, Francis.
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made a short scream. During that time the father exchanged an encouraging eye
communication with the girl’s mother.
Then the baby turned again towards him. While still standing on the right side of
the baby carriage, he made a scary monster face while shaking his head side to side and
making animal sounds and moving towards the girl’s face. After he did this, he waited for
the girl’s response. He seamed ready to do it again but was not sure if the girl liked it and
was ready to continue. The girl turned away and made a scream. The father touched the
baby’s arm as to comfort her. Then he again exchanged encouraging eye communication
and a few words with the girl’s mother.
When the baby turned to him again, he continued to make the monster face three
more times directly in the girl’s face. Between each monster-face scary expression the
father quickly smiled at the girl, as if to reassure her, that this is just a safe game. The girl
paid attention to him then turned away and made a short scream. The father laughed.
Then the girl turned back to the father. They looked at each other and the father tried to
touch the girl’s arm again to comfort it. The baby looked somewhere else. The father
touched her arm to get her attention back. When the girl looked at him again, he did the
monster face expression two more times. The baby turned away and made a short scream.
The father looked at the mother, smiled, walked in front of the baby carriage and set
down next to the mother on the edge of the fountain. The mother then started waving her
hands towards the baby and the father joined her. They both waved at the girl gently for a
few seconds and then the mother stopped. The father continued to wave for a little bit
longer. The girl looked at them, then looked around and made a short scream again.
This scene it is an excellent example for us to see how powerful the predator


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