Infants were videotaped during tickle, sour taste, jack-in-the-box, arm restraint, and masked-stranger situations and their expressions were coded second by.
Maybe we need to watch 15- to 18- month-olds play with the Jack-in-the-Box in the “equipotentiality” of emotion-expressive channels (e.g., facial expressions.
Your baby's facial expressions reflect the emotions they are feeling in the . For example, with a jack-in-the-box, your baby may show surprise.
Jack Box's face is fully animated for the first time. In the live-action commercials, Jack's facial expressions only change between shots, with a few exceptions.