Our Social Interactions Begin at a Young Age

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Summary: Early social interactions allow children to learn quickly how to coordinate with each other’s behavior. Source: NCCR What do building pyramids, going to the moon, paddling a two-person canoe or dancing a waltz have in common? All these actions are the result of a common goal between multiple partners and leads to a mutual sense of obligation, known as “joint commitment”. This abil...

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