Development of intersubjectivity in the dyadic play of preschoolers
Early Childhood Research Quarterly, pp. 99-116, 1993.
This study was designed to examine a hypothesis built on the theories of Piaget (1945, 1965) , Vygotsky (1978) , and Parten (1932) that children's play becomes increasingly intersubjective during preschool years. The notion of intersubjectivity is defined as joint understanding established between players. The structural features and nego...More
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