- Title Pages
- 1 Becoming Human
- 2 How Joint Is the Joint Attention of Apes and Human Infants?
- 3 The Comparative Delusion
- 4 Behavior-Reading versus Mentalizing in Animals
- 5 On Knowing and Being Known in the 4-Month Origins of Disorganized Attachment
- 6 Gaze Following and Agency in Human Infancy
- 7 Ostensive Communication and Cultural Learning
- 8 Embodied Attention in Infant Pointing
- 9 Understanding the Structure of Communicative Interactions in Infancy
- 10 Cognition in Action
- 11 Early Sensitivity to Emotion Cues
- 12 Linking Joint Attention and Joint Action
- 13 Do You See What I See? The Neural Bases of Joint Attention
- 14“Knowing” that the Self is the Agent
- 15 Cues to Agency
- 16 The Meaning of Actions
- 17 The Three Pillars of Volition
- 18 The Function of Consciousness in Controlling Behavior
- 19 Sense of Agency
- Agency and Joint Attention
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