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The unique morphology of human eyes enables gaze communication at various ranges of interpersonal distance. Although gaze communication contributes to infants' social development, little is known about how infant-parent distance affects infants' visual experience in daily gaze communication. The present study conducted longitudinal observations of infant-parent face-to-face interactions in the home environment as 5 infants aged from 10 to 15.5 months. Using head-mounted eye trackers worn bydoi:10.1038/s41598-019-46650-6 pmid:31316101 pmcid:PMC6637119 fatcat:e7uod6lz7rdnxkbmvtwap6jwmy