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Which one of the following statements about early detection of emotions is most accurate?

▸ Infants do not recognize differences in adult facial expressions until they are around 10 months of age.

▸ Infants are able to distinguish between facial expressions of different emotional intensity by around 10 months of age.

▸ Infants learn to differentiate between different types of emotional vocalizations at about 10 months of age.

▸ Infants respond visual cues of emotion soon after birth, but do not respond to vocal expressions of emotion until about 10 months of age.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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Infants are able to distinguish between facial expressions of different emotional intensity by around 10 months of age.
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