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What is dialogue and how can we find it? This paper addresses this question in the context of tracing the origins of communication in human infancy. Structural criteria -such as turn taking -have often been used to identify genuine communication. Implementing these criteria have led to considerable debate in relation to the 'proto-conversations' of the twomonth-old, debates which arose in the late 1970s and are still alive today. The paper considers some of the evidence from infant behaviourdoi:10.5944/ap.7.2.211 fatcat:4nqwdyvzzffl3kxy2p3rnyhsty