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the process of alerting one person to a stimulus through nonverbal cues such as finger pointing or gazing. It is one of the first signs of the development of a theory of mind in babies and serves as an important step to later language and social development.
Synonyms: mutual knowledge
Attention
RPoldrack about five years ago.

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Tasks that are asserted to measure joint attention

TaskContrast Measure

Joint Attention / Social and Nonsocial Orienting Task
  • JO joint attention percent correct
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Early Social and Communication Scales
  • percent of time responded to joint attention
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Communication and Symbolic Behavior Scales Development Profile
  • joint attention
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Conners Comprehensive Behavior Rating Scales
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pointing
  • standard deviation of error
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Term History

REVISION 2

Definition contributed by DLau about seven years ago:the process of alerting one person to a stimulus through nonverbal cues such as finger pointing or gazing. It is one of the first signs of the development of a theory of mind in babies and serves as an important step to later language and social development.

REVISION 1

Definition contributed by DLau about seven years ago:he process of alerting one person to a stimulus through nonverbal cues such as finger pointing or gazing. It is one of the first signs of the development of a theory of mind in babies and serves as an important step to later language and social development.

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