Reconstructing children's understanding of mind: Reflections from the study of atypical development

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (1):113-114 (2004)

Carpendale & Lewis's theoretical reconstruction of the “theory of mind” problem offers new hope but still has far to go. The study of atypical development may provide some useful insights for dealing with the work ahead. In particular I discuss three issues – the boundary problem, the question of end states, and the issue of the centrality of triadic interaction
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