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 Korean Journal of Child Studies 1998;19(2): 133-146.
 아동의 사회적 상호작용에 대한 이해 김신옥, 이은해 Children's Understanding of Social Interaction Sin Ok Kim,Un Hai Rhee Abstract This study was designed to assess the developmental sequence of childrens understanding of social interaction and to test the effects of support conditions and behavioral domains on the understanding of social interaction. The subjects were one hundred 4- to 8-year-old children. The method was a doll play situation, composed of three different support conditions. Scalogram analysis was used to test the developmental sequence, and ANOVA and paired t-test were used to test the significance of differences in stages. The results of this study evidenced a sequential pattern in the 4- to 8-year-old childrens understanding of social interaction. There were also significant differences between stages in the understanding of social interaction according to support conditions and behavioral domains. Higher levels of support produced higher stages of understanding and the understanding of positive social interactions were higher than those of negative social interactions at ages 4 and 5.
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