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Experimental Paradigm for Measuring the Effects of Self-distancing in Young Children
 

Experimental Paradigm for Measuring the Effects of Self-distancing in Young Children

Article doi: 10.3791/59056
March 1st, 2019

Summary March 1st, 2019

An experimental paradigm was created to measure the effects of self-distancing in young children (4-6-year-olds). Self-distancing is a process through which individuals adopt a less egocentric perspective. This paradigm has been used to examine the effects of self-distancing on young children's self-regulation.

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