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<p>This study tries to reveal how the transition from interpsychological to intrapsychological functioning happens in an adult-child dyad's activity involving a 3.6 year-old-child and the child's mother. The study explores how the adult and child divided up the strategic responsibilities for carrying out a problem-solving task of completing a puzzle. The experiment, which took place in the child's living room and lasted for 48 minutes, was videotaped and observed while all utterances by thedoi:10.19166/pji.v17i1.2432 fatcat:wm53tpa5jvau3llvyqxxfe65oe