Attachment, Interaction and Communitive Behaviour

  • John Antony Michael Martin
Part of the Disorders of Human Communication book series (DISORDERS, volume 4)


There is a natural tendency to divide our world into the world of people and their activities, and the inanimate, physical world. If we are to understand the nature of spoken language and its early development it is essential to look both at infant behaviour in relation to other human beings, and at the way in which children begin to make sense of the physical characteristics of their surroundings. The origins of language are embedded in these activities.


Facial Expression Human Face Separation Anxiety Emotional Development Attachment Behaviour 
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© Springer-Verlag/Wien 1981

Authors and Affiliations

  • John Antony Michael Martin
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  1. 1.Department of Phonetics and LinguisticsUniversity CollegeLondonGreat Britain

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