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The aversive reactions included distress reactions of early infancy, then wariness of the un- 1. ISSUES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF EMOTION IN INFANCY 23 familiar, then acquired fears. Parameters affecting reactions to the unfamiliar included temperament of the infant, qualities of the stimulus, nature of the encounter situation, and the baby's age and experiential history. Some reactions seemed to reflect a momentary balance between wariness or fear, on the one hand, and a tendency to explore the new object or to establish a relationship with the new person.
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