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Children's understanding of mind: Constructivist but theory-like

  • Ted Ruffman (a1)

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Although in general agreement with Carpendale & Lewis's (C&L's) claims, I argue that (1) gradual development is better supported by within-task eye gaze/verbal comparisons; (2) gradual development and social construction do not contradict the theory-theory view; (3) there is good evidence for an early developing self-other distinction; and (4) the language–false belief link could be mediated by parental talk.

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Children's understanding of mind: Constructivist but theory-like

  • Ted Ruffman (a1)

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