Interaction promotes cognition: The rise of childish minds

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 29 (3):283-283 (2006)
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Abstract

Life history shaped language as, cascading in time, social strategies became more verbal. Although the insight is important, Locke & Bogin also advocate a code model of language. Rejecting this input-output view, I emphasize the interpersonal dynamics of dialogue. From this perspective, childish minds as well as language could be derived from the selective advantages of a total interactional history

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