Read: Flavell (2004): an overview of ToM (11 pages), Pieterson & Siegel (1999): ToM
in autistic and deaf children (3 pages), Call & Tomasello (2008): A theory of how
humans differ from animals (5 pages), Breheny (2005): An
Chao, Hasegawa, Notoya & Fujii (2013)
- Coordination refers to behavioral changes that occur continuously during the
process of social interaction. There are two types of coordination: intentional and
spontaneous. Intentional coordination requires
Grice 1975: 18 pages
Question: Is listening and comprehending language a taxing thing to do physically?
Do people with less energy get less of what they hear? Are they less likely to
understand implicatures, etc?
Why does Grice think we need to dif
extensions of novel labels. 4 year ol
like states of the participating agents, and that competent language users have the
pragmatic and lexical constraint accounts. Autism: lots of words, but little social