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“…Six-, eight-, and eleven-year-olds, for example, were tested in a communica tive egocentrism task in which assuming another person's viewpoint was essential (Alvy, 1968). The members of a pair were separated by an opaque screen; one subject selected from a set of pictures the one being described to him by the other child.…”
Section: Cognitive Theory Egocentrism and Decentrationmentioning
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“…Six-, eight-, and eleven-year-olds, for example, were tested in a communica tive egocentrism task in which assuming another person's viewpoint was essential (Alvy, 1968). The members of a pair were separated by an opaque screen; one subject selected from a set of pictures the one being described to him by the other child.…”
Section: Cognitive Theory Egocentrism and Decentrationmentioning
“…These children essentially cannot place themselves at another's perspective and, therefore, cannot anticipate how others will react to what they say or do. Consequently, egocentric children may become unpopular from expressing self-centered behaviors that their peer groups view as unacceptable.Several investigators (Alvy, 1968;Sullivan, 1967;Weinheimer, 1972) have found that egocentrism decreases with age. Rubin (1972, 1973) observed that popularity and communicative egocentrism were related in grades K, 1, and 2.…”
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“…Recent research findings showed that the communicative performance of pairs of children improves most striking between the ages of three and eight, although they continue to develop until well into adolescence when they begin to demonstrate the level of normal adult competence (Glucksberg et al, 1966;Gluksberg & Krauss, 1967;Flavell et al, 1968;Alvy, 1968;Murakoshi, 1973;Murakoshi & Murakoshi, 1974;Dickson, 1974). Success in a referential communication task depends upon the skills of both speaker and listener and the performance of a pair improves with the age of either the listener or the speaker (Glucksberg, Krauss, & Higgins, 1975).…”
Section: Information Encoding and Requesting Skills In Four-to-eight-mentioning
“…Flavell et al (1968) reported that communication skills of the speaker in phrasing messages suitable to the listener's needs improves with age. Content analysis of children's language in referential cornmunication suggests that younger children provide more unnecessary or non-discriminating information than do older children and that adequate encodings increase with age (Alvy, 1968;Murakoshi, 1973;Murakoshi & Murakoshi, 1974;Asano, 1973;Dickson, 1974).…”
Section: Information Encoding and Requesting Skills In Four-to-eight-mentioning
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