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The Development of Interpersonal Understanding during Childhood, Preadolescence, and Adolescence: A Longitudinal Follow-Up Study
Carmel Gurucharri and Robert L. Selman
Vol. 53, No. 4 (Aug., 1982), pp. 924-927
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1129129
Page Count: 4
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Of 48 male subjects in an initial 2-year-interval follow-up interview study of social perspective taking levels, 41 subjects were reinterviewed 3 years later with the same interview procedures. Results supported the hypothesized sequential order of developmental levels. In addition, children who advanced only one sublevel or less from time 1 to time 2 were more likely to advance 2 or more sublevels in the subsequent assessment. Followup gains for subjects who made larger initial gains were less predictable.
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