By Robert B. Cairns (auth.), Thomas Alloway, Patricia Pliner, Lester Krames (eds.)
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A central hypothesis in this chapter is that the mother-child relationship does undergo a specific qualitative change in the later preschool years, which can be operationalized, and which again involves changes in the child's cognitive abilities and in specific communicative skills. The change is most easily introduced by returning again to Bowlby's theory of the partnership. , the ability to see things from another person's perspective, or role- or perspective-taking (See Flavell, Botkin, Fry, Wright, & Jarvis, 1968, 1974; Shantz, 1975).
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Attachment Behavior by Robert B. Cairns (auth.), Thomas Alloway, Patricia Pliner, Lester Krames (eds.)