Cognitive Foundations of Learning from Testimony

Annual Review of Psychology, pp. 251-273, 2018.

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Humans acquire much of their knowledge from the testimony of other people. An understanding of the way that information can be conveyed via gesture and vocalization is present in infancy. Thus, infants seek information from well-informed interlocutors, supply information to the ignorant, and make sense of communicative acts that they obse...More

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