Insights into Mental States and Behaviour across Development
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Published in 2009, this book is a collaborative and interdisciplinary investigation of early social cognition from developmental psychology and developmental cognitive neuroscience perspectives.
This book outlines current understandings on the ability to predict, monitor, and interpret the behaviours and mental states of other people, particularly during infancy, in children, and during adolescence. It also discusses the unique challenges that autism presents.
Striano, T., Reid, V. (2008). Social cognition: Development, neuroscience, and autism. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.
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