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Conclusions

According to Pea, constraint on a child’s actions is represented internally by the child.

“No” as a constraint provides the basis for the conception of negation necessary for later use and for the understanding of truth-functional negation.

Child’s development in acquiring this negation depends on social environment and cognitive representation.

Constraints on a child’s behaviour provide what is necessary for the development of negation.

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