Explain what the Still Face Experiment tells us about how infants understand social referencing.

Explain what the Still Face Experiment tells us about how infants understand social referencing.

Explain what the Still Face Experiment tells us about how infants understand social referencing. 150 150 Nyagu

Mutual Regulation and Self-Regulation are important aspects of an infant’s psychosocial development and their ability to bond with their parent/primary caregiver.
Watch the following video clip on the Still Face Experiment:
Play Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmE3NfB_HhE&feature=emb_rel_end
Please answer the following questions: Please cut and paste each question and answer each question directly underneath the question.
1. Explain what the Still Face Experiment tells us about how infants understand social referencing.
2. Discuss the lasting impacts that growing up in a negative environment (neglectful, abusive, etc…) would have on a child’s psychosocial development.
3. Discuss the ways in which a parent/caregiver can create a positive social environment for their child.
As always, please use APA citations and references for all resources used in this assignment. Summarize your thoughts in 600 words 12 pt font size time new roman and include in-text and reference citations on a separate page.