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Profile: Jane Lymer (University of Wollongong)
  1. Jane Lymer (2012). Infant Imitation and the Self—A Response to Welsh. Philosophical Psychology (2):1-23.
    Talia Welsh (2006) argues that Shaun Gallagher and Andrew Meltzoff's (1996) application of neonatal imitation research is insufficient grounds for their claim that neonates are born with a primitive body image and thus an innate self-awareness. Drawing upon an understanding of the self that is founded upon a ?theory of mind,? Welsh challenges the notion that neonates have the capacity for self-awareness and charges the supposition with an essentialism which threatens to disrupt more social constructionist understandings of the self. In (...)
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  2. Jane Lymer (2011). Dr. Parrhesia 13:126-143.
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  3. Jane Lymer (2011). Merleau-Ponty and the Affective Maternal-Foetal Relation. Parrhesia 13:126-143.
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