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Child Behaviour

Developmental psychologists have suggested that children use evidence from their social environment to learn about preferences, but there has been no unified theory of how this learning occurs.When learning about other people's preferences, adults rely on several kinds of information, ranging from overt expressions of pleasure or disgust, to subtler and less-direct information like the quantity and features of the options that the agent did not choose.

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