Infant CARE-Index online training (Australian/New Zealand time zone)
11 July 2022 @ 9:00 am - 13 July 2022 @ 2:00 pm UTC+0
The CARE-Index is the simplest and most versatile of the DMM measures. It assesses mother-infant interaction from birth to about two years of age based on a short, videotaped play interaction of 3-5 minutes. Once the coder is trained, coding of an interaction takes about 15-20 minutes. The measure assesses mothers on three scales: sensitivity, control and unresponsiveness. There are also four scales for infants: cooperativeness, compulsivity, difficultness, and passivity
The course is taught from videotapes and depends upon both adult and infant behavior. Non-verbal behavior, interpersonal strategies, and developmental processes are emphasized. Adult patterns consist of sensitivity, controlling, and unresponsivity; the infant patterns are cooperative, difficult, compulsive compliant, caregiving or attention, and passive. The course includes a preliminary reliability test based on a standardized set of American mother-infant dyads. During the course, participants generate a set of videotapes that reflect their intended applications and culture(s). These tapes are used to assess the participant’s competence in administering the procedure.
Trainer: Bronwen Elliot
Dates and time
- 11-13 July 2022
- 25-27 July 2022
- 8-10 August 2022
Every day 9am – 2pm (Sydney, NSW time) with homework between sessions and online feedback.
The training is delivered online using Zoom video conference.
For information contact Bronwen Elliott email@example.com