A Portable System for Studying Head Movements in Infants in Relation to Contingent and Noncontingent Sensory Stimulation
A portable apparatus for studying infant head movements and programming sensory stimulation is described. Remote pushbuttons allow observation of vocalizations, smiles, and visual attention. Lightweight and compact, the system allows recording of data in a variety of locations, including home, hospital, and laboratory.
10.3758/BF03210892Final published version Open
MSU Digital Commons Citation
Vietze, Peter; Foster, Martha; and Friedman, Stephen, "A Portable System for Studying Head Movements in Infants in Relation to Contingent and Noncontingent Sensory Stimulation" (1974). Department of Psychology Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 62.