Can young children develop better communication strategies through collaboration with a more popular peer?
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AbstractInvestigates whether pairing unpopular five- to six-year old children with more popular peers would promote more effective collaboration. Examines the differences in verbal and nonverbal communication of the popular and unpopular children. Explains that the children were filmed playing a collaborative game. (CMK)
CitationMurphy, S. and Faulkner, D. (2000) 'Learning to collaborate: Can young children develop better communication strategies through collaboration with a more popular peer?' European Journal of Psychology of Education, 15(4), 389-404
DescriptionEuropean Journal of Psychology of Education is a refereed journal. Theme issue: Learning to Collaborate, Collaborating to Learn.