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A theoretical analysis of the cognitive capacities underlying self-awareness and other-awareness suggested that (a) self-and other-awareness are closely linked because both require a cognitive capacity for secondary representation, and (b) other-awareness facilitates the synchronic imitation of object use with an unfamiliar peer. The relation between mirror self-recognition and synchronic imitation was investigated in 56 dyads of unfamiliar 19-month-old children who were systematically paireddoi:10.1037//0012-16126.96.36.199 fatcat:gs4edte7uvc6nnfluxyj3v6qjq