Interpretation based on richness of experience: Theory development from a social-constructivist perspective
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (1):128-129 (2004)
|Abstract||The view that children's understanding of mind is constructed through social interaction is consistent with other social-constructivist models. We provide examples of similar claims in research on emotion perception, pretense understanding, autobiographical memory, and event knowledge. Identification of common elements from such socio-cultural perspectives may lead to greater theoretical integration and provide a new framework for exploring human development.|
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