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Revue suisse des sciences de l'éducation 3/2000 559 After a brief review of historical and contemporary trends in the study of the socialinteractive nature of cognition, a definition of the interactive minds paradigm is presented. Cognition is social-interactive in nature in at least three respects (a) its cultural evolution as well as its ontogeny, (b) its activation and application, and (c) its recognition. But is it true that two heads are better than one? An empirical «interactive minds»doi:10.24452/sjer.22.3.4591 fatcat:ypn3tbd6qfb6zmj3ltwhwylnpy