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Murnighan et al.
(1998) Strategic bargaining with money in ultimatum games emerged in older children with even 9-year-olds showing an extremely strong sense of fairness. Children can gain an advantage over others using 'impression management.'
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Aloise-Young
(1994) Children in middle-childhood were able to self-promote and convey a favourable impression to get selected in a team game whereas six-year-olds simply told the selector the full truth about themselves.
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Piaget's theory of childhood development
Pre-operational (2-7) Egocentric; Concrete operational period (7-11) children can think and reason systematically about the world of objects; Formal operational period (11+) More allocentric.
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Super
(1983) in Kenya: Middle-childhood (6+) responsibility was recognised by the culture and transmitted through parents to child.
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Age of legal responsibility
Norway 15, UK 10
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MAFF
Children more likely to select highly sugared food if they had previously viewed TV commercials for them, more likely to choose more nutritious foods if they had just seen pro-nutrition public service annoucement.
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Materialism
The importance a person places on possessions and their acquisition as a necessary or desirable form of conduct to reach desired end states, including happiness.
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Chaplin & Roedder-John
(2007) Materialism changes over childhood and adolescence, rising through childhood and declining from early to late adolescence. They attribute these changes largely to changes in self-esteem in this period.
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Nairn et al.
(2006) 40% of children disagreed with the statement 'I really like to go shopping.'
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Chaplin & Roedder-John
(2007) Against backdrop of cognitive development changes that we should assess the relative influence of factors e.g. self-esteem and peer pressure.
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Elliott
(2004) Children would prefer to talk to someone wearing branded trainers than unbranded trainers.
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