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Bordoni, M. (2010). Imitación mutua y juego musical. En: L- Filotrani & A. Mansilla (eds.). Actas de la IX Reunión Anual de SACCoM: Tradición y diversidad en los aspectos psicológicos, socioculturales y musicológicos de la formación musical (pp. 152-161). Bahía Blanca: SACCoM.

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Español, S. (2006). Possible precursors of private speech: deictic, symbolic and aesthetic self-directed gestures. En: I. Montero (ed.). Current research trends in private speech. Proceedings of the first international symposium on self-regulatory functions of language, pp 121-124. Madrid. Ediciones de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

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Español, S. (2012). Semiosis y desarrollo humano. En: J. Castorina y M. Carretero (comps.). Desarrollo cognitivo y educación (I). Buenos Aires: Paidós.

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