Joint Action Coordination in 2½- and 3-Year-Old Children

@inproceedings{Meyer2010JointAC,
  title={Joint Action Coordination in 2½- and 3-Year-Old Children},
  author={Marlene Meyer and Harold Bekkering and Markus Paulus and Sabine Hunnius},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2010}
}
When acting jointly with others, adults can be as proficient as when acting individually. However, how young children coordinate their actions with another person and how their action coordination develops during early childhood is not well understood. By means of a sequential button-pressing game, which could be played jointly or individually, the action coordination of 2½- and 3-year-old children was examined. Performance accuracy and variability of response timing were taken as indicators of… CONTINUE READING

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