In this PowerPoint file, the authors of monograph 86(4) highlight the shift in views about joint attention when we use a more inclusive perspective. They contrast “what we think we know” with “what we can learn,” by including diversity in samples and by being more inclusive in how joint attention is defined. This resource may be helpful to developmental researchers of any topic. This resource could also be used by instructors in an upper-level undergraduate or graduate class

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Citation:
Bard, K. (2022) Viewing Joint Attention Inclusively [PowerPoint]. Retrieved from https://monographmatters.srcd.org/2022/03/30/teachingresources-inclusively-powerpoint-86-4