Key word "imitation"

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Anisfeld M. (2005) No compelling evidence to dispute Piaget’s timetable of the development of representational imitation in infancy. In: Hurley S. & Chater N. (eds.) Perspectives on imitation: From neuroscience to social science. MIT Press, Cambridge MA: 107–131.
Butera C. & Aziz-Zadeh L. (2022) Mirror neurons and social implications for the classroom. In: Macrine S. L. & Fugate J. M. B. (eds.) Movement matters: How embodied cognition informs teaching and learning. MIT Press, Cambridge MA: 261–274. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/8002
Confrey J. (1991) Steering a course between Vygotsky and Piaget. Educational Researcher 20(8): 28–32. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/8077
Gopnik A. & Wellman H. M. (2012) Reconstructing constructivism: Causal models, Bayesian learning mechanisms, and the theory theory. Psychological Bulletin 138(6): 1085–1108. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/4909
Kuniyoshi Y., Yorozu Y., Suzuki S., Sangawa S. & Nagakubo A. (2007) Emergence and development of embodied cognition: A constructivist approach using robots. Progress in Brain Research 164: 425–445.
Piaget J. (1967) Le développement de la causalité. Chapter 3 in: La construction du réel chez l’enfant. Sixth edition. Originally published in 1937. Delachaux & Niestlé, Neuchâtel: 191–279. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/6178
Ratcliff M. J. (2018) A Temporal Puzzle: Metamorphosis of the Body in Piaget’s Early Writings. Constructivist Foundations 14(1): 73–81. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/5592
Schubauer-Leoni M.-L. & Ntamakiliro L. (1998) The construction of answers to insoluble problems. In: Larochelle M., Bednarz N. & Garrison J. (eds.) Constructivism and education. Cambridge University Press, New York NY: 81–103.
Yoshikawa Y., Asada M. & Hosoda K. (2004) Towards imitation learning from a viewpoint of an internal observer. In: Iida F., Pfeifer R., Steels L. & Kuniyoshi Y. (eds.) Embodied artificial intelligence. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg: 278–283.
Zeedyk M. S. (2006) From intersubjectivity to subjectivity: The transformative roles of emotional intimacy and imitation. Infant and Child Development 15: 321–344. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/5977
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