Social understanding and the cognitive architecture of theory of mind

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (1):122-122 (2004)
Abstract
Although Carpendale & Lewis (C&L) correctly emphasize the importance of conversation in children's social understanding, they neglect several complex issues. Contrary to their assertion, the focus on mental state processing has not been misplaced, and there is a need to recognize that different aspects of social understanding are liable to undergo distinctive developmental changes that vary in relation to social interaction.
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