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Les compétences sociales du jeune enfant: vers une approche intégrative

Abstract : The extent of the collective daycare of young children enhanced the necessity of considering a particular form of sociality: children's relationships with peers. Thus, studies on the emergence and development of social skills became an important educative challenge. The main purpose of our review was to provide more comprehensive insights into socialization processes in preschool children and to depict new research directions in this area. Indeed, beyond a preliminary focus on individual social skills and dyadic relationships during the last decades, more recent research moved toward a more integrative perspective by attempting to combine the different levels of social complexity in order to capture the many faces of social competence and their articulations.
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Monique Allès-Jardel, Stéphanie Barbu, Annick Jouanjean-L'Antoëne. Les compétences sociales du jeune enfant: vers une approche intégrative. Les cahiers Internationaux de Psychologie Sociale, Éd. de l'Université de Liège, 2003, 60, pp.10-24. ⟨hal-01345430⟩



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