|aIntentions and intentionality :|bfoundations of social cognition /|cedited by Bertram F. Malle, Louis J. Moses, and Dare A. Baldwin.
|aCambridge, Mass. :|bMIT Press,|cc2001.
|axiv, 417 p. :|bill. ;|c23 cm.
|a"A Bradford book."
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. -410) and index.
|aActing intentionally: probing folk notions / Alfred R. Mele -- The distinction between desire and intention: a folk-conceptual analysis / Bertram F. Malle and Joshua Knobe -- Some thoughts on ascribing complex intentional concepts to young children / Louis J. Moses -- The paradox of intention: assessing children's metarepresentational understanding / Janet Wilde Astington -- Intentions as emergent products of social interactions / Raymond W. Gibbs Jr. -- Developing intentional understandings / Henry M. Wellman and Ann T. Phillips -- How infants make sense of intentional action / Amanda L. Woodward, Jessica A. Sommerville, and Jos歋 J. Guajardo -- "Like me" as a building block for understanding other minds: bodily acts, attention, and intention / Andrew N. Meltzoff and Rechele Brooks -- Making sense of human behavior: action parsing and intentional inference / Jodie A. Baird and Dare A. Baldwin -- Desire, intention, and the simulation theory / Alvin I. Goldman -- On the possibilities of detecting intentions prior to understanding them / Daniel J. Povinelli -- Action explanations: causes and purposes / G.F. Schueler -- Folk explanations of intentional action / Bertram F. Malle -- The rocky road from acts to dispositions: insights for attribution theory from developmental research on theories of mind / Andrea D. Rosati ... [et al.] -- The social folk theorist: insights from social and cultural psychology on the contents and contexts of folk theorizing / Daniel R. Ames ... [et al.] -- Responsibility for social transgressions: an attributional analysis / Bernard Weiner -- Moral responsibility and the interpretive turn: children's changing conceptions of truth and rightness / Michael J. Chandler, Bryan W. Sokol, and Darcy Hallett -- Intentional agency, responsibility, and justice / Leonard V. Kaplan.