Hariclia Petrakos

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Pretend play enactment, negotiation, internal state language, and sibling relationship quality were examined in 40 kindergarten-aged children with either an older (M age = 7.10 years) or younger (M age = 3.6 years) sibling. Dyads were identified as engaging in frequent (n = 20) or infrequent (n = 20) pretend play. Results indicated that frequent pretend(More)
The construction of shared meanings in play, pretense enactment, internal state language, and sibling relationship quality were investigated in 40 kindergarteners with an older (M age = 7.10 years) or younger (M age = 3.6 years) sibling. Dyadic strategies to construct shared meanings (e.g., extensions, building on) were positively associated with frequency(More)
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