Through babies’ eyes: Practical and theoretical considerations of using wearable technology to measure parent–infant behaviour from the mothers’ and infants’ view points
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Highlights•Ecologically valid measurement of mother–infant behaviour is difficult.•Observations often rely on short snapshots with a researcher present.•Wearable cameras can be worn by mothers and infants alone at home.•Home interactions were compared with an observation with a researcher.•More negative maternal behaviour was recorded using ‘headcams’ alone.

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