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Longitudinal effects of theory of mind on later peer relations: The role of prosocial behavior.

Caputi, Marcella; Lecce, Serena; Pagnin, Adriano; Banerjee, Robin


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assessed on their theory of mind, prosocial behavior, and verbal ability. In addition, at Time 2 and at Time
3, the authors gathered peer nominations. Results supported the authors' mediational hypothesis of
indirect paths from early theory of mind to subsequently lower peer rejection and higher peer acceptance,
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