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The Social Perspective Taking Process: Strategies and Sources of Evidence in Taking Another’s Perspective


by Hunter Gehlbach & Maureen E. Brinkworth - 2012


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 114 Number 1, 2012, p. 1-29
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16215, Date Accessed: 1/16/2021 3:23:07 AM
 
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  • Hunter Gehlbach
    Harvard University
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    HUNTER GEHLBACH is an assistant professor at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education. His primary interests lie in using social psychological principles and research to improve schools. He also maintains an active research interest in how to most effectively design questionnaires. Recent publications include “Motivated Thinkers and the Mistakes They Make” in Advances in Motivation and Achievement: Social Psychological Perspectives (with Maureen Brinkworth) and an article in Educational Psychology Review entitled “The Social Side of School: Why Teachers Need Social Psychology.”
  • Maureen Brinkworth
    Harvard University
    MAUREEN BRINKWORTH is a doctoral candidate at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education. She is interested in how social perspective taking impacts different aspects of secondary classrooms—particularly the relationships between teachers and students. Her recent work includes “Motivated Thinkers and the Mistakes They Make” in Advances in Motivation and Achievement: Social Psychological Perspectives (with Hunter Gehlbach).
 
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