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Children"s early understanding of mind

Children"s early understanding of mind

origins and development

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Published by L. Erlbaum Associates in Hove, Hillsdale .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cognition in children

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes

    Statementedited by Charlie Lewis, Peter Mitchell
    ContributionsLewis, Charlie, Mitchell, Peter, 1959-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 493 p. :
    Number of Pages493
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16823186M
    ISBN 100863773338
    LC Control Number94053755

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Taken together, the chapters in this book mark a new focus within a 'theory of mind' movement, examining a group of skills in infancy and early childhood which culminate towards the end of the preschool period in a more mature understanding of one's and others' mental : Paperback.

Taken together, the chapters in this book mark a new focus within a 'theory of mind' movement, examining a group of skills in infancy and early childhood which culminate towards the end of the preschool period in a more mature understanding of one's and others' mental : Hardcover.

Taken together, the chapters in this book mark a new focus within a 'theory of mind' movement, examining a group of skills in infancy and early childhood which culminate towards the end of the preschool period in a more mature understanding of one's and others' mental states.

Mitchell, C. Lewis, Critical Issues in Children's Early Understanding of Mind. Part I: Ontogenesis of an Understanding of Mind. Mitchell, Realism and Early Conception of Mind: A Synthesis of Phylogenetic and Ontogenetic Issues.

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FREE Due to COVID, orders may be : ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Critical issues in children's early understanding of mind / Peter Mitchell and Charlie Lewis --Realism and early conception of mind: a synthesis of phylogenetic and ontogenetic issues / Peter Mitchell --Grades of mindreading / Andrew.

This volume assembles the most recent thinking and empirical research from key theorists and researchers on how children, from preschool through early adolescence, make sense of their own and others' emotional experience. Contributors discuss the control of emotion, the role of culture, empathic experience, and the emerging theory of mind that is implicit in children's views of emotion.

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Taken together, the chapters in this book mark a new focus within a 'theory of mind' movement, examining a group of skills in infancy and early childhood which culminate towards the end of the preschool period in a more mature understanding of one's and others' mental : Charlie Lewis, Peter Mitchell.

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