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Arnd-Caddigan, Margaret
2011. Toward a Broader Definition of Evidence-Informed Practice: Intersubjective Evidence. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services 92:4  pp. 372 ff. DOI logo
2016. Listening with Your Gut: The Role of Intuition Boundary Judgments. Smith College Studies in Social Work 86:1  pp. 5 ff. DOI logo
Auerbach, John S. & Diana Diamond
2017. Mental Representation in The Thought of Sidney Blatt: Developmental Processes. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 65:3  pp. 509 ff. DOI logo
Balldin, Stina, Martin Bergström, Ingegerd Wirtberg & Ulf Axberg
2019. Marte Meo and Coordination Meetings (MAC): A Systemic School-Based Video Feedback Intervention—A Randomised Controlled Trial. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal 36:5  pp. 537 ff. DOI logo
Bradley, Ben S.
2010. Jealousy in Infant-Peer Trios. In Handbook of Jealousy,  pp. 192 ff. DOI logo
Buchholz, Michael B.
2019. Interpersonalität und Konversation – Voraussetzungen für eine Theorie. psychosozial 42:1  pp. 67 ff. DOI logo
Buchholz, Michael B., Jörg Bergmann, Marie-Luise Alder, Michael M. Dittmann, Florian Dreyer & Horst Kächele
2017. The Building of Empathy: Conceptual “Pillars” and Conversational Practices in Psychotherapy. In Empathy - An Evidence-based Interdisciplinary Perspective, DOI logo
Buck, Ross
2011. Communicative Genes in the Evolution of Empathy and Altruism. Behavior Genetics 41:6  pp. 876 ff. DOI logo
2017. Spontaneous communication and infant imitation. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 40 DOI logo
Buck, Ross, Stephen Stifano, Brett Graham & Ryan J. Allred
2020. Empathy as Spontaneous Communication: At the Intersection of the Traditional Social and Behavioral Sciences and the New Affective and Communication Sciences. In Social Intelligence and Nonverbal Communication,  pp. 51 ff. DOI logo
Damen, Saskia, Carlo Schuengel, Wied Ruijssenaars & Marleen J. Janssen
2021. Comparison of Social Validity Ratings With the Effects of a Video-Feedback Intervention for Communication Partners of Individuals With Deafblindness. Frontiers in Education 6 DOI logo
Español, Silvia, Mauricio Martínez & Fernando G. Rodríguez
2022. An Invitation to an Embodied, Multimodal, and Intersubjective Approach to Development. In Moving and Interacting in Infancy and Early Childhood,  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Ferrer de Luna, Jose
2019. Intersubjectivity in infancy: A second-person approach to ontogenetic development. Philosophical Psychology 32:4  pp. 483 ff. DOI logo
Gentsch, Antje, Laura Crucianelli, Paul Jenkinson & Aikaterini Fotopoulou
2016. The Touched Self: Affective Touch and Body Awareness in Health and Disease. In Affective Touch and the Neurophysiology of CT Afferents,  pp. 355 ff. DOI logo
Iedema, Rick
2021. Prosociality. In Affected,  pp. 69 ff. DOI logo
Karagianni, Eleni, Christina F. Papaeliou, Katerina Maniadaki & Efthymios Kakouros
2021. Communication between infant boys and their mothers with ADHD symptoms. Infant Mental Health Journal 42:1  pp. 96 ff. DOI logo
Kmita, Grażyna
2013. Od zaciekawienia do zaangażowania. O rozwoju samoregulacji w interakcjach z rodzicami niemowląt urodzonych skrajnie wcześnie, przedwcześnie i o czasie, DOI logo
Kokkinaki, Theano
2008. Interactive silences within spontaneous early infant-father ‘dialogues’. Infant and Child Development 17:5  pp. 509 ff. DOI logo
2010. Inter‐subjectivity during free infant–father “protoconversation” and within‐“protoconversation” pauses. Early Child Development and Care 180:1-2  pp. 87 ff. DOI logo
2013. Fathers' speech to infants. Early Child Development and Care 183:7  pp. 1005 ff. DOI logo
Kokkinaki, Theano & V. G. S. Vasdekis
2015. Comparing emotional coordination in early spontaneous mother–infant and father–infant interactions. European Journal of Developmental Psychology 12:1  pp. 69 ff. DOI logo
Langlotz, Andreas & Miriam A. Locher
2017. (Im)politeness and Emotion. In The Palgrave Handbook of Linguistic (Im)politeness,  pp. 287 ff. DOI logo
Moll, Henrike, Ellyn Pueschel, Qianhui Ni & Alexandra Little
2021. Sharing Experiences in Infancy: From Primary Intersubjectivity to Shared Intentionality. Frontiers in Psychology 12 DOI logo
Ong, Ben & Niels Buus
2021. What Does it Mean to Work ‘Dialogically’ in Open Dialogue and Family Therapy? A Narrative Review. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy 42:3  pp. 246 ff. DOI logo
2022. Wat betekent ‘dialogisch’ werken in de Open dialoogbenadering en gezinstherapie? Een narratief literatuuroverzicht. Gezinstherapie Wereldwijd 33:3  pp. 240 ff. DOI logo
Peltokorpi, Sini, Saara Salo, Anne Nafstad, Paul Hart, Elsa Tuomikoski & Minna Laakso
2022. Bodily-tactile early intervention for a mother and her child with visual impairment and additional disabilities: a case study. Disability and Rehabilitation  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Pérez Burriel, Marc & Marta Sadurní Brugué
2014. Developmental trajectory of intersubjectivity in the second and third year of life: Study of fixed-population and random-individual effects. European Journal of Developmental Psychology 11:5  pp. 574 ff. DOI logo
Sadurní Brugué, Marta & Marc Pérez Burriel
Salgueiro, Emílio, Laura Nunes, Alexandra Barros, João Maroco, Ana Isabel Salgueiro & Manuel E dos Santos
2012. Effects of a dolphin interaction program on children with autism spectrum disorders – an exploratory research. BMC Research Notes 5:1 DOI logo
Seikkula, Jaakko
2011. Becoming Dialogical: Psychotherapy or a Way of Life?. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy 32:3  pp. 179 ff. DOI logo
Seikkula, Jaakko, Anu Karvonen, Virpi-Liisa Kykyri, Jukka Kaartinen & Markku Penttonen
2015. The Embodied Attunement of Therapists and a Couple within Dialogical Psychotherapy: An Introduction to the Relational Mind Research Project. Family Process 54:4  pp. 703 ff. DOI logo
Seikkula, Jaakko, Anu Karvonen, Virpi‐Liisa Kykyri, Markku Penttonen & Petra Nyman‐Salonen
2018. The Relational Mind in Couple Therapy: A Bateson‐Inspired View of Human Life as an Embodied Stream. Family Process 57:4  pp. 855 ff. DOI logo
Severino, Sally K.
Thibault, Paul J.
2011. First-Order Languaging Dynamics and Second-Order Language: The Distributed Language View. Ecological Psychology 23:3  pp. 210 ff. DOI logo
Trevarthen, Colwyn
2009. The Intersubjective Psychobiology of Human Meaning: Learning of Culture Depends on Interest for Co-Operative Practical Work–and Affection for the Joyful Art of Good Company. Psychoanalytic Dialogues 19:5  pp. 507 ff. DOI logo
2011. What is it like to be a person who knows nothing? Defining the active intersubjective mind of a newborn human being. Infant and Child Development 20:1  pp. 119 ff. DOI logo
Trevarthen, Colwyn & Jonathan Delafield-Butt
2017. Intersubjectivity in the Imagination and Feelings of the Infant: Implications for Education in the Early Years. In Under-three Year Olds in Policy and Practice [Policy and Pedagogy with Under-three Year Olds: Cross-disciplinary Insights and Innovations, ],  pp. 17 ff. DOI logo
Våpenstad, Eystein Victor & Brynulf Bakkenget
2021. Pre-verbal Children’s Participation in a New Key. How Intersubjectivity Can Contribute to Understanding and Implementation of Child Rights in Early Childhood. Frontiers in Psychology 12 DOI logo
Wolthuis, Kirsten, Gerard W. Bol, Alexander Minnaert & Marleen J. Janssen
2020. Monitoring Communication Development Between Teachers and Their Students With Congenital Deafblindness: An Application of the Layered Communication Model. Frontiers in Education 5 DOI logo
Zlatev, Jordan
2015. Cognitive Semiotics. In International Handbook of Semiotics,  pp. 1043 ff. DOI logo

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