Theory of Mind and Language in Developmental Contexts (The by Alessandro Antonietti, Olga Liverta Sempio, Antonella

By Alessandro Antonietti, Olga Liverta Sempio, Antonella Marchetti

Presents new empirical examine information that explores the impression of linguistic variables inside developmental contexts on concept of brain improvement and functioning Establishes context for utilization, together with own, social, and enterprise interactions bargains a accomplished evaluate at the most present reviews that tackle the connection among language and conception of brain

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40 * Post-hoc NewmanKeuls test 64 48 46 68 4 68 46 8 Tab. 7 cont. 01 in the fourth case). 05. 01). 05). 4 CONCLUSIONS In this chapter we presented three studies on theory of mind development in 4-,6-, and 8-year-old normal children. Objects of investigation were the comprehension of both epistemic mental states (firstand second-order false-belief understanding) and of desires and emotions, and mental language, as well as the relationships among the above mentioned skills. , the geographical district of residence, the family size, the teacher-assessed social competences); the participants’ linguistic receptive ability was controlled for.

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