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Social cognition : studies of the development of understanding / edited by George Butterworth and Paul Light.

; Light, Paul ; British Psychological Society. Developmental Section
Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1982.
ISBN 0226086097, 9780226086095

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Other Authors Butterworth, George, 1946-2000.
Light, Paul.
British Psychological Society. Developmental Section.
Subjects Child Development.
Cognition chez l'enfant.
Cognition in children.
Emotions in children.
EĢmotions chez l'enfant.
Interaction sociale chez l'enfant.
Kognitive Entwicklung.
Psychologie sociale.
Social Behavior.
Social interaction in children.
Soziale Wahrnehmung.
Description xiv, 265 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Copyright Date 1982.
Notes Extended and revised papers originally presented at the annual conference of the Developmental Section of the British Psychological Society, University of Southampton, England, September 1979.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents A brief account of the conflict between the individual and the social in models of cognitive growth / George Butterworth -- What exactly is social about the origins of understanding? / David Hamlyn -- An ecological approach to cognitive development: implicate orders, joint action, and intentionality / John Shotter and John Newson -- Towards a social-cognitive explanation of imitation development / Donald Clementson-Mohr -- The primary motives for cooperative understanding / Colwyn Trevarthen -- How infants see the point / John Churcher and Michael Scaife -- Representational development and the structure of action / Chris Sinha -- Cognitive factors limiting shared care arrangements for young children / Peter Smith -- The child's concept of emotion / Paul Harris and Tjeert Olthof -- Cognitive tasks as interactional settings / Irene Nielson and Julie Dockrell -- Peer interaction and learning: can two wrongs make a right? / Martin Glachan and Paul Light.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)8132054
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