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Are children as egocentric as adults think?

Are children as egocentric as adults think?

(Licenciada en Filología Inglesa y Máster en Psicolingüística. Profesora de Inglés en Educación Secundaria)
PublicacionesDidacticas Nº100  |  Noviembre 2018  |  PublicacionesDidacticas.com
Páginas: 608 a 612  |  Código PD: 100174  |  DOI: N/A
Recibido 2018-09-28; Aceptado 2018-10-03; Publicado

Público: Psicolingüística
Materia: Inglés
Idioma: Español

Título: Are children as egocentric as adults think?
Resumen:
The present article explores when children start developing perspective-taking when they participate in conversation. That is, when they start taking their interlocutors’ needs and experiences into account when tailoring their utterances. According to recent research, children are believed to show initial stages of perspective taking development as early as three years of age, contrary to previous evidence which suggested that children were egocentric speakers who did not consider their interlocutors’ needs in conversation.
Palabras clave: perspective-taking, egocentric perspective taking, child conversation

Title: Are children as egocentric as adults think?
Abstract:
The present article explores when children start developing perspective-taking when they participate in conversation. That is, when they start taking their interlocutors’ needs and experiences into account when tailoring their utterances. According to recent research, children are believed to show initial stages of perspective taking development as early as three years of age, contrary to previous evidence which suggested that children were egocentric speakers who did not consider their interlocutors’ needs in conversation.
Keywords: perspective-taking, egocentric perspective taking, child conversation


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