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by Josef Perner

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0262660822
Author:
Josef Perner
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Psychology
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English
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A Bradford Book (March 2, 1993)
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362 pages
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Introducing basic distinctions in philosophy of mind for characterizing the mental, Perner discusses differences in how commonsense and cognitive psychology view the mind. He traces the onset of a commonsense psychology in the social and emotional awareness of early infancy, revealing how the child begins to take a cognitive, representational view of the mind with repercussions for children's episodic memory, self-control, and their ability to engage in deception.

Perner, . Stummer, . & Lang, B. (1998). In P. D. Zelazo, J. W. Astington, & D. R. Olson (Ed., Developing theories of intention: Social understanding and self-control (p. 33- 152). Executive functions and theory of mind: Cognitive complexity or functional dependence? In P. The left frontal lobe of man and the suppression of habitual responses in verbal categorical behavior. Neuropsychologia, 12, 323-330.

Introducing basic distinctions in philosophy of mind for characterizing the mental, Perner discusses differences in how commonsense and cognitive psychology view the mind. He traces the onset of a commonsense psychology in the social and emotional awareness of early infancy, revealing how the child begins to take a cognitive, representational view of the mind with repercussions for children's episodic memory, self-control, and their ability to engage in deception.