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Kuhn, D. (2001). How do people know? Psychological Science, 12, 1–8. 34 John H. Flavell Lagattuta, K. , and Wellman, H. M. (2001). Thinking about the past: Early knowledge about links between prior experience, thinking, and emotion. Child Development, 72, 82–102. Lagattuta, K. , Wellman, H. , and Flavell, J. H. (1997). Preschoolers’ understanding of the link between thinking and feeling: Cognitive cuing and emotional change. Child Development, 68, 1081–1104. Lempers, J. , Flavell, E. , and Flavell, J.
1981; Flavell, Shipstead, and Croft, 1978, 1980; Gopnik, Slaughter, and Meltzoff, 1994; Hughes and Donaldson, 1979; Lempers, Flavell, and Flavell, 1977; McGuigan and Doherty, 1999). By the age of 21/2–3 years, children act as if they know implicitly that the following four conditions must hold if another person is to see a visual target (Flavell, 1978; Lempers, Flavell, and Flavell, 1977): (1) at least one of the person’s eyes must be open; (2) the person’s eyes must be aimed in the general direction of the target; (3) there must be no vision-blocking object on the line of sight between person and target; (4) what the children see has no bearing on what the person sees; that is, the young child’s knowledge about vision is fundamentally nonegocentric when dealing with level-1, “what is seen”–type problems.
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