2 thoughts on “Social Cognition in Infants

  1. I found an article that might add to the research you did on this topic! It talks about how in infant development the first thing they need is mobility, and then communication. And with communication they begin their social development. This doesn’t have to be complex, but simple things like smiling, and reaching for people.

    What I found interesting about this, as just a side note, this is also how a lot of countries developed (Canada built it’s self on mobility(train tracks) then communication (post and radio)). Just a weird thought I had while reading it all.

    Walle, E. A. (2016). Infant social development across the transition from crawling to walking. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 960. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00960

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  2. Pingback: Child Development, Prosodic Processing, and First Language Acquisition | An Exploration Into Social Cognition: Anthony Devasahayam

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