Hamlet without the prince. Shortcomings of an activity-based account of joint attention
Hobson, R Peter (2007) Hamlet without the prince. Shortcomings of an activity-based account of joint attention. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 25 (1). pp. 27-32. ISSN 0261-510XFull text not yet available from this repository.
In this commentary, I consider several strengths of the position adopted by Racine and Carpendale (2007), but suggest that the authors are in danger of overstating their case. In doing so, they appear to sideline an issue that should be pivotal for accounts of joint attention: how does a child come to arrive at an understanding that people, both themselves and others, have subjective perspectives upon a shared world? I conclude with few comments on the authors' criticisms of my approach to such issues.
|Subjects:||Children, Young People and Developmental Pyschology > Child Development
Communication (incl. disorders of) > Communication
Cognitive Processes, Theory of Mind > Theory of Mind
Communication (incl. disorders of) > Autism
|Depositing User:||Ms Linda Dolben|
|Date Deposited:||18 Jan 2010 15:40|
|Last Modified:||25 May 2010 10:56|
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