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Stages in the development of perceptual intersubjectivity

Zlatev, Jordan LU ; Brinck, Ingar LU and Andrén, Mats LU (2008) In Enacting Intersubjectivity: A Cognitive and Social Perspective of the Study of Interaction
Abstract
We offer an analysis of perceptual intersubjectivity (PI) in terms of two types (symmetric and asymmetric) and three levels: synchronous (SPI), coordinated (CPI) and reciprocal (RPI), defined on the basis of the observable behavior of the participants in a study of (non-verbal) social interaction. We hypothesize that the three levels constitute stages in the development and possibly evolution of human intersubjectivity, and provide support of this through an empirical study of adult-infant interactions in great apes and human beings. The results showed conspicuous differences between the two species (Pan and Homo sapiens). We take these results to be qualitative, and to contribute to the ultimate goal of understanding human cognitive... (More)
We offer an analysis of perceptual intersubjectivity (PI) in terms of two types (symmetric and asymmetric) and three levels: synchronous (SPI), coordinated (CPI) and reciprocal (RPI), defined on the basis of the observable behavior of the participants in a study of (non-verbal) social interaction. We hypothesize that the three levels constitute stages in the development and possibly evolution of human intersubjectivity, and provide support of this through an empirical study of adult-infant interactions in great apes and human beings. The results showed conspicuous differences between the two species (Pan and Homo sapiens). We take these results to be qualitative, and to contribute to the ultimate goal of understanding human cognitive specificity. (Less)
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intersubjectivity, developmental psychology
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Enacting Intersubjectivity: A Cognitive and Social Perspective of the Study of Interaction
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Morganti, Francesca; Carassa, A.; Riva, G.; ; and
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IOS Press
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  abstract     = {We offer an analysis of perceptual intersubjectivity (PI) in terms of two types (symmetric and asymmetric) and three levels: synchronous (SPI), coordinated (CPI) and reciprocal (RPI), defined on the basis of the observable behavior of the participants in a study of (non-verbal) social interaction. We hypothesize that the three levels constitute stages in the development and possibly evolution of human intersubjectivity, and provide support of this through an empirical study of adult-infant interactions in great apes and human beings. The results showed conspicuous differences between the two species (Pan and Homo sapiens). We take these results to be qualitative, and to contribute to the ultimate goal of understanding human cognitive specificity.},
  author       = {Zlatev, Jordan and Brinck, Ingar and Andrén, Mats},
  editor       = {Morganti, Francesca and Carassa, A. and Riva, G.},
  keyword      = {intersubjectivity,developmental psychology},
  language     = {eng},
  publisher    = {IOS Press},
  series       = {Enacting Intersubjectivity: A Cognitive and Social Perspective of the Study of Interaction},
  title        = {Stages in the development of perceptual intersubjectivity},
  year         = {2008},
}