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Mirror Representations of Self
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18 months ability acting silly action adult age groups age trends Amsterdam anticipatory turning approach attention baby pictures Binomial Test body-directed behavior child chimpanzees contingent and noncontingent contingent condition contingent play cues dimensions elicited emotional experience experimenter facial expression females fixation frown Gallup gender havior imitates tape increased with age infants respond interaction knowledge look males mark recognition mark-directed behavior marked faces mean proportion measures Mirror Study months of age Mother Rouge noncontingent conditions noncontingent self conditions nonsocial number of subjects object permanence observed occurred older infants one-way mirror one's peer Percentage of Subjects personal pronouns Picture Study positive affect procedure proportion of trials relationship responses Rouge 1 Condition rouge application same-age same-sex sample self-directed behavior self-other significant silly or coy smiling social cognition specific stimulus condition stranger subjects exhibiting suggest target tion turning behaviors unmarked condition verbal labels videotape representations Videotape Study