Elaboration d'un instrument de mesure des habiletés socio-cognitives chez l'enfant de cinq à dix ans

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To assess social cognitive skills in children, a special test was constructed with cognitive and linguistic demands adapted to young children. The test consisted of 4 tasks that were submitted to 200 children, aged 5-10 yrs. Three tasks were devised to measure cognitive role-taking and the 4th to measure referential communication. Results show a significant increase in performance with age for each task and a significant increasing order of difficulty in the tasks. Thus, each task corresponded to specific levels in the development of role-taking skills. (16 ref) (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2007 APA, all rights reserved)

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