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Human Development (1987) 30 (4): 225–235.
Published Online: 24 December 2009
... imitation by toddler peers and the production of object substitution. Sixty-one acts of object substitution exhibited by children aged from 18 to 32 months during pretend play with objects in an interactive setting with peers were identified. The emergence of object substitution acts in the process...
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Human Development (1982) 25 (6): 392–406.
Published Online: 23 December 2009
...Greta G. Fein; Elaine R. Moorin; John Enslein The purpose of the present investigation was to examine a developmental model describing the relation between changes in pretense and changes in peer-oriented social behavior. In the proposed model, cognitive and social development are viewed...
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Human Development (2005) 48 (1-2): 67–79.
Published Online: 11 April 2005
... of their mothers and the close presence of relatives, and they subsequently expand their social network to include peers and others in the larger community and beyond while continuing to retain strong family ties throughout adolescence (for males) and for the rest of their lives (for females). Rhesus monkey...
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Human Development (2002) 45 (5): 355–359.
Published Online: 22 August 2002
... reproduction ` Peers ` Qualitative approaches ` Schooling ` Sociocultural theory Context matters has become one of the mantras of developmental psychology. Researchers and educational practitioners embracing a wide range of theoretical and applied perspectives have argued that we cannot understand...