Empathic accuracy in ongoing parent-child interactions

Understanding others accurately is crucial in relationships and learning. Although young children possess some empathic understanding, the extent of their empathic accuracy is uncharted. Ivy Wong discusses Chinese children ability to infer the mental states of adults in ongoing parent-child interactions. 

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