Trends in Cognitive Sciences 16 (10):519-525 (2012)

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Josef Perner
University of Salzburg
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Keywords info:mesh/Social Perception  info:mesh/Infant  info:mesh/Deception  info:mesh/Child, Preschool  info:mesh/Child Psychology  info:mesh/Repression, Psychology  info:mesh/Suggestion  info:mesh/Humans  Humans   Suggestion   Deception   Social Perception   Concept Formation   Child Psychology   Culture   Child, Preschool   Infant   Repression, Psychology  info:mesh/Concept Formation  info:mesh/Culture
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DOI 10.1016/j.tics.2012.08.004
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