Joint Attention

(2009)  The Effect of High-tech AAC System Position on the Joint Attention of Infants without Disabilities by John McCarthy, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Joann Benigno, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, and Julia L. Smith

photo of researcher holding a high-tech AAC system directly below her face with an infant sitting on mother's lap oppositephoto of researcher holding a high-tech AAC system directly below her face with an infant sitting on mother's lap opposite

bullet Smith, McCarthy and Benigno (2009) found that the position of a high-tech AAC system had an impact on the ability of infants to engage in bouts of coordinated joint attention.

bullet Full text available at—The Effect of High-Tech AAC System Position on the Joint Attention of Infants without Disabilites

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