Cultural learning refers to the transmission of acquired information and behavior both within and across generations with a high degree of fidelity. The theory of Tomasello and colleagues proposes three (3) stage-like levels of Cultural learning, with each more advanced form being based on a more sophisticated type of perspective taking: 1. imitative learning 2. instructed learning 3. collaborative learning

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