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Elizabeth PelIicano

In: The SAGE Handbook of Social Cognition

Chapter 21: Atypical Social Cognition

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Atypical Social Cognition
Atypical social cognition

In developmental psychology, arguably one of the most important findings of the last century was that children become able to represent explicitly the mental states of others at around 3–4 years of age (Wimmer & Perner, 1983). In a now seminal study, young children were introduced to a character, ...

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