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Attention conjointe chez les enfants de mère aveugle ou malvoyante‎ : étude portant sur des enfants de 12 mois, réalisée dans le cadre du projet PILE [Programme International pour le Langage de l’Enfant]

Abstract : This report is a contribution to the International Program for Child Language (PILE) initiated in 2003 at the Hospital Necker-Enfants-Malades in Paris. This study focuses on the precursors of communication and language. We study the development of joint attention in blind and visually impaired mothers with their seeing baby. As joint attention is primarily based on gaze, we seek to understand how it develops when visual channel fails at one of interaction partner, ie the mother. This study focuses on babies of twelve months, when joint attention is beginning to be set. Micro-analysis of films where babies interacted freely with their mother have been made, using the ELAN software and an observation grid of joint attention. To put in evidence of possible mother compensation means, occurrences of initiation of conversation, speaking time and touch occurrences have been recorded. Statistical tests where performed which showed significant results. The children of our population are less often and less time engaged in attention than the children of our control population. In addition, it was confirmed that mothers develop strategies to communicate and interact with their baby, through initiation and touch.
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Delphine Turpin. Attention conjointe chez les enfants de mère aveugle ou malvoyante‎ : étude portant sur des enfants de 12 mois, réalisée dans le cadre du projet PILE [Programme International pour le Langage de l’Enfant]. Sciences cognitives. 2016. ⟨dumas-01374225⟩

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