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And what researchers learn about the determinants of intracultural differences in development should, in turn, suggest ways of helping children who need such help to acquire socially and academically useful competencies in this area (Flavell 1997). Finally, progress will be made in 42 FLAVELL identifying the neural bases of mentalistic thinking, and this finding may lead to a better understanding of normal and abnormal (especially autistic) development in this important area (Fletcher et al 1995).
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