Mimetic Theory
Welcome About the Project Participants
 
 

+ Mark Anspach
+ Warren Brown
+ Paul Dumouchel
+ Jean-Pierre Dupuy
+ Vittorio Gallese
+ Scott R. Garrels
+ René Girard
+ Robert Hamerton-Kelly
+ William B. Hurlbut
+ Melvin Konner
+ Ann Cale Kruger
+ Andrew N. Meltzoff
+ Trevor Merrill
+ Jean-Michel Oughourlian

Ann Cale Kruger
(Co-Investigator)
Ann Cale Kruger is a developmental psychologist and associate professor of educational psychology at Georgia State University. Kruger earned her doctorate in developmental psychology from Emory University. Her research interests are in the areas of social cognition and cultural learning. She has written numerous articles and book chapters, several in collaboration with Michael Tomasello, addressing the role of joint attention and imitation for cultural learning, gestural communication, and object usage in both children and chimpanzees. Her current program of research focuses on how children use language and emotion understanding to learn from instruction and to collaborate. This focus has implications for the role of relationships, communication, and affect in instructional settings.

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