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Assessment for Effective Intervention 01/2002;
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ABSTRACT: Little is known about variables that may contribute to individual differences in infant joint attention, or the coordination of visual attention with a social partner. Therefore, this study examined the contributions of caregiver behavior and temperament to in-fant joint attention development between 9 and 12 months. Data were collected from 57 infants using a caregiver–infant paradigm, an infant–tester paradigm, and a parent report of infant temperament. Nine-month measures of caregiver scaffolding and in-INFANCY, 4(4), 603–616 Copyright © 2003, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.