Developmental antecedents of representing “group” behavior: A commentary on Pietraszewski's theory of groups

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 45 (2022)
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Central to Pietraszewski's theory is a set of group-constitutive roles within four triadic primitives. Although some data from the developmental and biological sciences support Pietraszewski's theory, other data raise questions about whether similar behavioral expectations hold across various ecological conditions and interactions. We discuss the potential for a broader set of conceptual primitives that support reasoning about groups.



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