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Research with human infants, for example, has consistently shown that there is no correlation between whether infants pass the mark test and whether they can solve a simple task of turning around to look at a toy that is presented in a mirror (Loveland, 1986; Robinson, Connell, McKenzie, & Day, 1990). Thus, passing the mark test would not seem to depend upon understanding the pragmatics of mirror use. fm Page 21 Tuesday, June 29, 2004 8:58 AM BODILY ORIGINS OF SELF age as infants raised in cultures with mirrors, after only a brief (5-minute) pretest exposure to their mirror images (Priel & de Schonen, 1986).
In subsuming the SELF system under the umbrella of the concept of the body image, we attempt to follow the standard convention in distinguishing between the concepts of body image and body schema (see, for example, Gallagher, 1986). Although we are not fully comfortable with that distinction as applied here, if one of the central distinctions between body image and body schema is that the former is a conceptual structure whereas the latter is not, then the SELF system, as we envision it, would fall under the rubric of body image.
87–105). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Cant, J. G. (1987). Positional behavior of female Bornean orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus). American Journal of Primatology, 12, 71–90. Cant, J. G. H. (1988). Positional behavior of long-tailed macaques in northern Sumatra. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 76, 29–37. fm Page 40 Tuesday, June 29, 2004 8:58 AM 40 THE SELF AND MEMORY Cant, J. G. H. (1992a).