Self development and self-conscious emotions.

@article{Lewis1989SelfDA,
  title={Self development and self-conscious emotions.},
  author={Michael Lewis and Margaret W Sullivan and Catherine Stanger and Maria J. Weiss},
  journal={Child development},
  year={1989},
  volume={60 1},
  pages={
          146-56
        }
}
In each of 2 studies, the mirror-rouge technique was used to differentiate children into those who showed self-recognition and those who did not. In Study 1, 27 children (aged 9-24 months) were observed in 2 experimental situations thought to differentially elicit fear and embarrassment behaviors. In Study 2, 44 children (aged 22 months) were seen in the situations of Study 1 and 3 additional contexts thought to elicit embarrassment behavior. The results of both studies indicate that… Expand
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