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Deferred imitation

Deferred imitation refers to a child’s ability to imitate the actions they have observed others perform.

Piaget believed deferred imitation to result from the child’s increasing ability to form mental representations of behaviour performed by others.


Other definition:
Deferred imitation is a term in Piaget's theory that refers to the ability to imitate behavior that was observed at an earlier time.


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