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Which of the following would be considered a result of an infant who is having increased locomotive skills (walking, crawling, etc), during their second year of life?

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    Coincidental cooperative behavior
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    Increased independent social interchanges
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    Increase in face-to-face play
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    Decreased expectation of positive interaction

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