The presentation reports on toddlers' social cognition in relation to their age, language and temperament features. It underlines the main role of language competence in explaining children's difference in emotion comprehension.

Conte, E., Grazzani, I., Pepe, A. (2016). Emotion comprehension, language, prosociality and temperament in 2- and 3-years-olds: Preliminary results fron an Australian sample. In Abstract CERE 2016 (http://www.cere-emotionconferences.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/20160705_CERE2016-Abstracts.pdf) (pp.15-15).

Emotion comprehension, language, prosociality and temperament in 2- and 3-years-olds: Preliminary results fron an Australian sample

CONTE, ELISABETTA;GRAZZANI, ILARIA;PEPE, ALESSANDRO
2016

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The presentation reports on toddlers' social cognition in relation to their age, language and temperament features. It underlines the main role of language competence in explaining children's difference in emotion comprehension.
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emotion comprehension, toddlers, temperament
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CERE Emotion Conference 2016 - The Consortium of European Research on Emotion
http://www.cere-emotionconferences.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/20160705_CERE2016-Abstracts.pdf
Conte, E., Grazzani, I., Pepe, A. (2016). Emotion comprehension, language, prosociality and temperament in 2- and 3-years-olds: Preliminary results fron an Australian sample. In Abstract CERE 2016 (http://www.cere-emotionconferences.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/20160705_CERE2016-Abstracts.pdf) (pp.15-15).
Conte, E; Grazzani, I; Pepe, A
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