Social Learning: Psychological and Biological Perspectives

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The preparation of this chapter was supported by grants from NICHD (HD- 22514) and the MacArthur Foundation. I thank M. K. Moore, Craig Harris, and Calle Fisher for help on all phases of this research, and Patricia Kuhl for cornments on a draft of this chapter.


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