Striano, T. and Reid, V. M. (2006) 'Social cognition in the first year.', Trends in cognitive sciences., 10 (10). pp. 471-476.
Although the study of infancy has answered many important questions about the human capacity for social cognition, the relatively young field of developmental social cognition is far from reaching its adulthood. With the merging of developmental, behavioral and neurocognitive sciences, some growing pains are in store. New work demonstrates that research into early social cognitive development must integrate various research fields and methods in order to achieve a more robust understanding of the nature and parameters of human social cognition.
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