It is perhaps fitting that we end our study with the Interpersonal Domain. As we have noted in the prior chapters, the domains are not as independent as they at first seem. Interpersonal development can be traced to birth, with the influences of mother (perhaps, nowadays, dad too) including holding, fondling, talking, and emoting to, and with, the newborn. So too, we have the beginning of interactions and interdependence among cognitive, motor, psychomotor, and affective domains (Some would assert that this occurs even earlier with evidence of pre-natal interpersonal influence.).


Social Skill Social Learning Theory Social Story Term Transfer Peer Support 
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