English, Article edition: Emotion and the development of children's understanding Dunn, Judy

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  • Emotion and the development of children's understanding
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  • Dunn, Judy
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  • The significance of emotion and social experiences in young children's growing understanding of emotion and mind is discussed here. There is evidence for early mind-reading, and the role of emotional experience in these developments; differentiation of various aspects of social understanding is indicated from studies of discourse, and longitudinal research. The challenges to be addressed in research on links between affect and cognition include a focus on children at risk of relationship problems, on the relations between attachment and mind-reading, and on possible developmental changes in the connections between emotion and social understanding.
  • RePEc:cup:eurrev:v:8:y:2000:i:01:p:9-15_00
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