This is a question that many parents have. There are various studies on social referencing, and their findings vary. In this article, we will take a look at some of the different theories on when to start teaching your baby about social referencing.
There are several factors that go into answering the question, when is it time to teach your baby about social referencing. How old does a child need to be before they can understand what you’re saying? How many people should there be in the room with your infant for them to pick up on information from others around them? What words do I use when talking to my baby about this skill?
When will teaching my infant social referencing to help them out and is it worth giving him or her an early head start on life skills? The first thing parents want to take into consideration is how good their infant’s vocabulary already is at six months of age. If all else fails, if your toddler has trouble understanding language by 12-18 months of age