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  1. Deaf Infants look where other people look ("gaze following")
  2. Eliciting imitation in early infancy
  3. Re-examination of Oostenbroek et al. (2016): evidence for neonatal imitation of tongue protrusion
  4. Social Interaction in Infants’ Learning of Second-Language Phonetics: An Exploration of Brain–Behavior Relations
  5. The Sound of Social Cognition: Toddlers’ Understanding of How Sound Influences Others
  6. “Social” robots are psychological agents for infants: A test of gaze following
  7. Infant gaze following and pointing predict accelerated vocabulary growth through two years of age: a longitudinal, growth curve modeling study
  8. Self-experience as a mechanism for learning about others: A training study in social cognition.
  9. The development of gaze following and its relation to language
  10. Gaze following at 12 and 14 months: Do the eyes matter?
  11. The importance of eyes: How infants interpret adult looking behavior.
  12. Infant Understanding of the Referential Nature of Looking
  13. Infant comprehension of looking as intentional behavior
  14. Infant sensitivity to deviations in dynamic facial-vocal displays: The role of eye regard.
  15. Infants smile when a person is facing them and talking to them.
  16. Infant social responses: Reciprocal communications or stimulus — controlled behaviors
  17. Joint attention