- 心理学評論 (ISSN:03861058)
- vol.59, no.3, pp.253-258, 2016 (Released:2018-02-06)
Collaboration is an important social activity, but it is not known how collaboration develops. Furuhata and Itakura (2016) argues that emergent coordination, a key idea explaining interpersonal interactive bodily movements, proposed by Knoblich, Butterfill, and Sebanz (2012), is a gateway to the development of collaboration. In this comment paper, this idea is reviewed favorably from previous adult behavioral studies. The need for integration of shared intention for collaboration is further discussed.