Expanding the definitional criteria for imaginative play: Contributions of sociocultural perspectives
Learning & behavior, Volume 45, Issue 4, 2017.
Imaginative playSociocultural perspectivesCulture and context
This article proposes expanding four existing criteria for imaginative play in view of recent advances in sociocultural perspectives on the study of human development. Imaginative play is commonly defined as intrinsically motivated, open ended, pleasure seeking, and an escape from reality. Grounded in sociocultural research, and, as such,...More
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