DLP 2.1 Peers and play

IB Psychology: DLP 2.1 Peers and play

Play has a vital role in cognitive and social development. Children learn to explore, share and develop independence through playing by themselves and in the company of their peers. They also develop ‘theory of mind’ (the ability to understand others’ points of view), which we look at later in the development option. However, while cognitive development can to some extent take place either in isolation or through...

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