Collaboration: How to Promote Sharing Among Children

No wonder Mark and Sarah fight over their pizza — who wouldn’t want to eat such a cute-looking pizza! (image credit:
Why is sharing important? Simply put: no one likes to see this kind of behavior… (image credit:
Graphic depicting the“collaboration” condition of the first study. (image credit: Hamann et al. 2011)
Results of study 1 (left) and study 2 (right). The highest proportion of sharing occurred during the “collaboration” condition (black) compared to the “parallel-work” (grey) and control (white) conditions across all experiments and ages. (image credit: Hamann et al. 2011)
We all know kids love candy! (image credit:




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