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The role of social cognition in early trust

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  • C800 Psychology
  • C820 Developmental Psychology
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  • Communication

Abstract

Language serves as a means of learning from other people. However, communication systems allow the truth to be disguised, whether out of ignorance, fear, deviousness or mistaken judgment. Recent research has explored the extent to which young children are selective in whom they trust for information and the mechanisms that support such selectivity.

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