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In order to convey these different meanings of negation, children need some form of cognitive representation i.e. symbolic or abstract

Rejection for example, expresses inner attitudes toward behaviours, events or objects etc. that are already present in the child’s “early motor-affective” activities. Therefore, there is no need for any cognitive representation.

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