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  1. 1. +Can collaborative activities help infants predictfuture collaborative behaviour?
  2. 2. + Collaboration “If you want to be incrementally better: Be competitive. If you want to be exponentially better: Be cooperative.”
  3. 3. + Recent Findings  By 14 months, infants understand collaboration as a task where people work together to achieve a common goal (Henderson & Woodward, 2011)  By 21 months, infants respond to interruptions in a collaborative task - regardless of whether the task involved complementary or parallel roles  Infants are also sensitive to intention that caused the partner to interrupt activity (Warneken, Grafenhain&Tomasello, 2011)
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  5. 5. + Research Aim 1:  To see if infants can use previous cooperative behaviour of others to predict future cooperative behaviour  Procedure:  Actors still  Familiarization (6 blocks of 2 videos)  New Actor still  Test Trials  Imitation task
  6. 6. + Actors still shot (20s)
  7. 7. Good Condition Intentional Condition Accidental Condition YayFamiliarizationTrials“Hi”“Hi”“Look Cups!” There Whoops“Want to builda tower?“Ok”“You go first”“Ok”New actor stillTest trials
  8. 8. + Imitation task  Good vs Neutral  Bad vs Neutral
  9. 9. + Predictions  If infants form judgments about the actors from the familiarization trials, they might expect good collaborators to collaborate well when paired with someone new.  Similarly, they might expect bad collaborators to collaborate poorly with someone new  In the accidental condition, infants might show similar looking times  Imitation task
  10. 10. + Research Aim 2:  To explore what cues infants pay attention to during cooperative activities  Area of interest  Duration of fixation
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  12. 12. + Feedback welcomed!

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