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Individualism and cognitive development

By P. Gerrans


Individualism is not inconsistent with social interaction; it is required to explain it. Social exchanges, evidenced in gaze monitoring, social referencing, emotional responses, protodeclarative and imperative pointing, pretence, play, and conversation all play a role in development, but the nature of that role is opaque without an understanding of the cognitive mechanisms on which they depend.Philip Gerran

Publisher: Cambridge Univ Press
Year: 2004
DOI identifier: 10.1017/S0140525X04340033
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