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Child Behaviour

They found that children do not just use shared preferences as the basis for generalization, but also consider category membership. For example, given evidence that a person shares their preferences for specific toys, children are more likely to generalize a shared preference to novel toys than to novel foods.Repacholi and Gopnik  conducted an experiment to determine the age at which children come to understand that people have different preferences and act accordingly. They showed that 14-month-old children tend to offer other people the items that they themselves prefer rather than the items that those people have previously chosen, while 18-month-old children tend to make offers that reflect the past choices of the offer's recipient, suggesting that children come to understand preferences as person-specific mental states between those ages.

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