A man has been convicted of murdering his baby daughter in a "vicious attack" carried out in the family home.
Craig Jamieson, 30, from Drumchapel in Glasgow, was found guilty of killing four-month-old Abbie at a flat in the city's Dumbarton Road in February 2008.
Medical experts said her injuries were caused by her being hit off a hard surface like a wall or a worktop.
Jamieson, who showed no emotion as the verdict was read out, is facing life in jail when he is sentenced on Thursday.
Jamieson had lodged a special defence blaming Abbie's death on her 29-year-old mother Nichola Haddock, who is originally from Belfast.
However, prosecutors said the baby was uninjured when Ms Haddock went to university on the morning of 8 February, 2008.
It is believed the baby may have been swung by the ankles against something hard, then punched repeatedly in the stomach.
A jury at the High Court in Glasgow took just under four hours to convict Jamieson.
Temporary judge Alastair Stewart QC told Jamieson there was only one sentence he could pass, that of life imprisonment.
He said: "This has been a long case and an anxious one."
Prosecutor Lesley Shand QC told the court that unemployed Jamieson had one previous conviction for assault in 1999.
Abbie died after being hit off of a hard surface
The trial had heard Jamieson phoned his mother and Ms Haddock on the day Abbie died to tell them the child had gone white, was feverish and had injuries to her face and head.
When the baby was admitted to Yorkhill Hospital she had no pulse, no circulation and was unconscious and not breathing.
Paramedics and staff at the hospital described Ms Haddock as weeping and emotional, and Jamieson as distant.
Police who quizzed Jamieson after Abbie's death believed he was jealous of the attention Ms Haddock gave to her baby.
Det Sgt Duncan Cameron, 43, who interviewed Jamieson 55 minutes after Abbie's death, said: "He was unconcerned, not upset, not tearful. Not the reaction I would expect from a father who had recently lost his child."