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Social Cognition During Infancy A Special Issue of the European Journal of Developmental Psychology

Edited By Vincent Reid, Tricia Striano Copyright 2007
    ISBN 9781138877733
    132 Pages
    Published February 4, 2019 by Routledge

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    ISBN 9781841698328
    128 Pages
    Published June 1, 2007 by Psychology Press

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    From the fundamental processing of human movement, through to the ability to interpret actions, infancy research is only now taking up the challenge of social cognition over a variety of cognitive areas. This special issue covers broad areas of social-cognitive development and builds a cohesive picture of the diversity within this thriving area of developmental psychology. This issue outlines and discusses changes in early development in terms of infant behaviour that may suggest how an infant with limited experience may nonetheless identify and attribute to other humans a privileged social-cognitive status.

    Social Cognition During Infancy (Editorial). T. Farroni, E. Menon, S. Rigato, M. H Johnson, The Perception of Facial Expressions in Newborns. Olinek, D Poulin-Dubois, Imitation of Intentional Actions and Internal State Language in Infancy Predict Preschool Theory of Mind Skills. V. Slaughter, D. Corbett, Differential Copying of Human and Non-human Models at 12 and 18 Months of Age. S. Sirois, I. Jackson, Social Cognition in Infancy: A Critical Review of Research on Higher-order Abilities. C. Theuring, G. Gredeb├Ąck, P. Hauf, Object Processing During a Joint Gaze Following Task. B. Elsner, S. Pauen, Social Learning of Artifact Function in 12- and 15-month-olds. V. Reid, T. Striano, The Directed Attention Model of Infant Social Cognition. B. Jovanovic, G. Schwarzer, Infant Perception of the Relative Relevance of Different Manual Actions.


    VINCENT REID is at the Max Plank Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences

    TRICIA STRIANO is at the University of Leipzig

    WILLEM KOOPS is at the Department of Developmental Psychology, Utrecht University

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