Child Development Perspectives 7 (4):243-247 (2013)

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Ori Friedman
University of Waterloo
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Ownership influences the permissibility of people's use of objects. Understanding ownership is therefore necessary for socially appropriate behavior and is an important part of children's social‐cognitive development. Children are sophisticated in their reasoning about ownership early in development. They make a variety of judgments about ownership, including judgments about how ownership is acquired, who owns what, and ownership rights. Understanding how children reason about ownership can also inform broader questions about the nature and origins of ownership. 2016 APA, all rights reserved)
Keywords *Childhood Development  *Cognitive Development  *Comprehension  *Concept Formation  *Ownership  Judgment  Reasoning
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DOI 10.1111/cdep.12049
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