Monday, 23 April 2012

Win a BPS-approved textbook on language development

This competition is now closed and the two winners have been contacted. The correct answer was 1978 (the paradigm was first presented in 75, but first published in a journal article in 78).

We've got two copies of Language Development to give away, kindly donated to us by Wiley-Blackwell.

For your chance to win, either tweet or add a comment to this post, saying who developed the Still Face paradigm and when it was first published.

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22 comments:

Claire said...

Answer: 1975, Edward Tronick and colleagues
(Claire Kelly, dmckelly@btinternet.com)

alicek said...

Answer: (1975) Tronick, Adamson, Als,& Brazelton (at the Society for Research in Child Development Meeting)
(Alice Kilvert, alice.kilvert@gmail.com)

Anonymous said...

The still-face paradigm was developed by Tronick et al., and was published in 1978

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RachH said...

The Still Face Paradigm was developed by Dr Edward Tronick and colleagues in 1975 and presented at the meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development in Denver, April, 1975. It was first published in: Tronick, Als, Adamson, Wise & Brazelton (1978). The Infant's Response to Entrapment Between Contradictory Messages in Face-to-Face Interaction. Journal of American Academy of Child Psychiatry.

(Rachael Hulme- rachaelchulme@gmail.com)

olacostam said...

It was first published by Tronick, Als, Adamson, Wise, and Brazelton in 1978, April.

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MatthewStott said...

First documented by Edward Tronick et al., 1978.

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James said...

Tronick, Als, Adamson, Wise & Brazelton (1978). makepienotwar@hotmail.com

2socks said...

Developed by Dr Edward Tronick et al., first published in 1978.
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Hanna said...

Tronick et al 1975
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Anonymous said...

The Still-Face Paradigm (SFP) was developed by Tronick, E., Als, H., Adamson, L., Wise, S., and Brazelton, T. B. It was first published in 1978.
(Elena Stylianou, kieyeroskipou8@hotmail.com)

Stephanie Szeto said...

Dr Edward Tronick and colleagues in 1975
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PsychologyLover said...

Tronick et al., and was published in 1978

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Anonymous said...

Tronick et al 1975

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Ruth x said...

Tronick, E., Als, H., Adamson, L., Wise, S., & Brazelton, T. B. (1978)

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Spence said...

Dr Ed Tronick, April 1975

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Anonymous said...

Developed by Dr Edward Tronick (1975) and presented at Society for Research in Child Development then first published in 1978: Tronick, Als, Adamson, Wise & Brazelton. The Infant's Response to Entrapment Between Contradictory Messages in Face-to-Face Interaction. Journal of American Academy of Child Psychiatry.

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Anonymous said...

Dr Edward Tronick et al. first presented in 1975 but published in 1978.

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Life said...

First presented in 1975, published in 1978 by Tronick, Als, Adamson, Wise, and Brazelto

Kevin Loftus said...

Tronick, E., Als, H., Adamson, L., Wise, S., & Brazelton, T. B (1978)

Anonymous said...

Tronich et al 1978.

Ludvig.Jaeger - at - yahoo.co.uk

Anonymous said...

Edward Tronick and collegues (Als, Adamson, Wise & Brazelton) devised the still face paradigm in 1978

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bugden.john said...

Answer: Edward Tronick published still face paradigm in 1978

Contact: bugden.john@gmail.com

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