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Human Development (1997) 40 (1): 7–24.
Published Online: 21 January 2010
... implies that the gestures are understood as bi-directional communicative conventions. These differences all derive from the uniquely human form of social cognition (i.e., knowledge of other minds) that first emerges during the 2nd year of life and that enables human infants to understand other persons...
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Human Development (1997) 40 (1): 25–31.
Published Online: 21 January 2010
...Linda Acredolo; Susan Goodwyn Commentary Human Development 1997:40:25-31 Human Development Furthering Our Understanding of What Humans Understand Linda Acreciólo3, Susan Goodwynb 'University of California. Davis. and ' California State University. Stanislaus. Calif.. USA Key W ords Communication...
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Human Development (1993) 36 (4): 185–198.
Published Online: 20 January 2010
..., and communication within pretend play. In light of this analysis, the claim made by previous authors that children’s play becomes intersubjective only after 3 years of age is examined, and it is concluded that intersubjectivity in peer pretend play emerges earlier than 3 years of age. Suggestions are made...
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Human Development (1993) 36 (6): 350–362.
Published Online: 20 January 2010
... the two paradigms, but also more fundamental differences in researchers’ framing of the problem of understanding others’ mental states as either an intrapsychic or an interpersonal process, carried out by either a single or a social mind, through mental or communicative activities. It is argued...
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Human Development (1990) 33 (1): 31–47.
Published Online: 08 January 2010
.... Attachment Communication Cross-cultural research Cross-cultural validity Culture-specific aspects Sensitivity ‘Strange Situation’ procedure Transgenerational effects Human Development 1990:33:31-47 © 1990 S. Karger AO. Basel 0018-716X/90/0331 -0031 $2.75/0 The Wider Concept of Attachment in Cross...
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Human Development (1987) 30 (1): 1–17.
Published Online: 24 December 2009
... Attribution Communication Infant development Intention Interpersonal perception Social interaction Original Papers Hum. Dev. 30: 1-17 (1987) © 1987 S. Karger AG, Basel 0018-716X/87/0301-0001 $2.75/0 Infant Intentionality and the Attribution of Intentions to Infants Dankert Vedeler1 Uppsala University...
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Human Development (1986) 29 (1): 49–60.
Published Online: 24 December 2009
...Tullia Musatti In early social pretend play, the development of mental representations can be studied both in the child’s play and in communicative behavior. A girl was observed from the age of 18 to 32 months during pretend play with an adult. The child’s requests to share her play with the adult...
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Human Development (1982) 25 (6): 392–406.
Published Online: 23 December 2009
..., instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Communication Developmental models Peers Play development Social play Symbolic play Hum. Dev. 25: 392-406 (1982) Pretense and Peer Behavior: an Intersectoral Analysis1 Greta G. Fein3, Elaine R. Moorinb, John Ensleinc...
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Human Development (1982) 25 (2): 140–151.
Published Online: 23 December 2009
...Carol Gibb Harding The development of the intention to communicate is examined. The process through which prelanguage infants learn to use communication as a goal is related to the coordination of three dimensions of causal knowledge, i.e., knowledge of means-end relationships, objective causality...
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Human Development (1984) 27 (3-4): 163–210.
Published Online: 23 December 2009
... choice of means, potential consciousness of goals and means, and responsibility. Boesch argues that cognitive and affective systems do not develop in parallel, and that affects serve a communicative function. Furth reviews Habermas’s concepts of communicative action and the life-world, a concept...
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Human Development (1982) 25 (3): 215–222.
Published Online: 23 December 2009
...Barry McLaughlin Research on second-language learning in children is reviewed, both bearing on the ‘traditional’ concerns of investigators in the field and reflecting new developments. Recent work has focused on the communication situation and the nature of the input second-language learners...
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Human Development (1983) 26 (5): 233–248.
Published Online: 23 December 2009
...Martin J. Packer Three taken-for-granted assumptions concerning the nature of communicative interaction between infants and adults are described. Their presence is demonstrated in three differently oriented theories of early interaction. The assumptions – that interaction is instrumentally oriented...
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Human Development (1982) 25 (4): 282–294.
Published Online: 23 December 2009
...David Smillie This paper is concerned with Piaget’s theory of cognitive development in infancy. It is argued that Piaget generalizes from a Cartesian epistemology and thus views the infant as interacting with a material world, but without regard to the significance of communication with others...
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Human Development (1979) 22 (4): 263–269.
Published Online: 23 December 2009
...Lois Tamir New developments in the field of child language acquisition are reviewed. Research and theory are increasingly emphasizing the role of communication and dialogue in the acquisition of language. This is typified by work on precursors to dialogue in infancy, the development...
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Human Development (1981) 24 (1): 52–66.
Published Online: 23 December 2009
... of love experiences. Scores were determined for six components of love: Emotional security, Respect, Help and play behaviors, Communication, Sexual intimacy and Loyalty. Statistical analyses showed that older lovers had higher ratings for emotional security and loyalty and lower ratings for sexual...
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Human Development (1979) 22 (2): 73–88.
Published Online: 23 December 2009
... Veterans Administration Hospital, Boston, Mass. Key Words. Cognition Communication Development Media Neuropsychology Piaget Symbol Symbolism Abstract. While many of Piaget s contributions have already been assimilated into developmental psychology, certain limitations in his approach have...
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Human Development (1973) 16 (6): 440–464.
Published Online: 18 December 2009
..., and 10 years). Rate of improvement measures indicated that blacks improve at the same rate as whites in responding to standard English sentences. According to correlational results, the two dialect systems function behaviorally as separate cognitive systems. In a communication task, blacks and whites...
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Human Development (1977) 20 (5): 277–292.
Published Online: 18 December 2009
... the assessor’s priorities from finding only weaknesses to finding strengths, place assessment in a human context, and advocate the use of positive labels. A dialectical approach to psychotherapy would change the usual context of therapy, stress relabeling, and expand the modes of therapeutic communication...