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Emotions The use of emotion-descriptive language begins late in the second year and increases rapidly during the third year (Bretherton & Beeghly 1982, Wellman et al 1995). Words such as happy, sad, mad, and scared are among the first to appear. Here is a sample of 2-year-olds’ sagacity concerning emotions: “Santa will be happy if I pee in the potty” (Bretherton & Beeghly 1982:913). , smiling) that emotions cause, and they distinguish between the subjective emotional experiences of different individuals” (Wellman et al 1995:118).
This metarepresentational capacity, as Leslie calls it, prevents the child from being confused when, for example, someone pretends that a banana is a telephone. It does so by decoupling, or quarantining off cognitively, the temporary pretend identity of the banana (telephone) from its permanent real identity (banana). ” Leslie’s idea that the ability to understand pretense and the ability to understand false-belief and other mental states are mediated by a common, early maturing metarepresentational or theory-of-mind mechanism is certainly plausible on its face.