Unformatted text preview: and Moore (1983) has found that babies between 7 and 72 hours old starts to imitate adults who opens their mouth widely or stuck their tongues out. However, according to Piaget’s theory, imitation requires the capacity for symbolic representation, which is generally not achieved until the end of the second year of life. We cannot exactly say which theory is right or wrong but I think that it is clear that babies learn how to express their motions and their expressing methods by imitating adult’s expressions....
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- Fall '07
- Psychology, various ways, Julia, imitation, little cousin, exact same face