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Preliminary Investigations of Dopaminergic Contributions to Preschoolers' Theory of Mind Development
During the preschool years, children across all cultures that have been tested seem to come to an explicit understanding of the fact that mental states are related to but ultimately separate from the reality that they are ...
THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF ROLE PLAY: ARE CHILDREN “THINKING-AS-IF” OR “BEHAVING-AS-IF”?
When children role play, they do things such as change their tone of voice or take on the character’s emotions or needs. These behaviours make it appear as though children adopt the mental perspective of the character they ...
Exploring the Ability to Deceive in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
This study was conducted to explore the ability and propensity to verbally deceive others in children with and without autism spectrum disorders (ASD). We also explored the relationships among lie-telling ability, false ...