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Furthermore, children’s novel imitation is important to study because reproduction of novels acts affords children the opportunity to incorporate the culturally meaningful behaviors, including the linguistic ones, of the adults around them into their performance repertories (Nelson, 1996; Tomasello, 1992). Under controlled conditions, novel versus familiar actions can be determined in advance and presented systematically (Masur, 1993; Meltzoff, 1988a). During naturally occurring interchanges, however, the identification of novel behaviors is more difficult, sometimes requiring such additional procedures as maternal interviews, which we have needed to employ (Masur & Eichorst, 2002).
Imitation and the Social Mind: Autism and Typical Development by Sally J. Rogers PhD, Justin H. G. Williams MRCPsych