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‘Decoding the nonverbal language of babies’ presentation

23 January 2019
Dan Hughes, Ph.D

Dan Hughes would like to share the following video presentation from Beatrice Beebe, ‘Decoding the nonverbal language of babies‘.

The event, hosted by AEI on October 19, 2018, explored the “pioneering research that uses video microanalysis to observe and analyze mother-infant nonverbal interactions”, developed by Beatrice Beebe, Clinical Professor of Psychology, Columbia University Medical Center.

Dan hopes this sparks interest in thinking about the A/R Dialog and the Co-Regulation of Affect in our work with families.


More information can be found on the event page on the AEI website. All copyright remains with the original creators and publishers.

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