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SLIDE 1-2: RONJA A focus on infants’ parents: Gender Differences in Emotional Expressivity and Self-Regulation During Early Infancy

Dear audience! The title of our presentation is „Gender Differences in Emotional Expressivity and Self-Regulation During Early Infancy”. We would like to talk about our research plan with included important information about our survey.
SLIDE 2: RONJA A lot of scientific publication has measured the gender differences in these studies during Early Infancy. Maccoby and Jacklin found a few gender differences before the age of 2 years in 1974. The self-regulation and emotional expressivity are affected by
 Maternal expressive behaviour
 Coordination such as matching, rate of change and synchrony
 Infant expressive behaviour
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Mean degree of reliability is 95% of the used test.

SLIDE 15: RONJA: Our resarch question was when the gender differences in emotional expressivity start. Near the natal age or later?
Our hypotheses are:
 The capacity for self-regulation may be at the base of gender differences in infant emotional expressivity.
 Males have a more limited capacity for self-regulation than girls.
 Females show more interest and object exploration than male infants.
 These gender differences in emotional expressivity and self regulation affect the regulatory demands of mothers and her child.
 The gender differences start very early in the infant’s life.
 SLIDE 16: RONJA: The parental feedback is important both for male and female infants. Greater parental feedback in order to help increase the baby’s emotional expressivity.
 Where his/her parent takes greater attention for baby’s feedback during regulation, the infants would be calm.
 Girls emotional expressivity is stronger than boys.
 When the baby has been in an unstressed environment, it increases his/her concentrate ability.

SLIDE 17: BELLA: Our expected results
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