By Lewis P. Lipsitt (ed.), Hayne W. Reese (ed.)
This quantity, one in a chain, offers with the constitution of developmental conception, recursive platforms, kid's iconic realism, the function of cognition in knowing gender results, the advance of processing pace in formative years and formative years and extra.
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In addition. analyses of the number of cues required during the training revealed thal there w a s an inverse relation between number of cues required and extent o f iniprovement. The younger children who attained a smaller pet-l’otni:ince gain required ;I greater number of cues than the older childrcn. Kesults of this study suggest that while training can improve performance on tests of perceptual activity, t h e effects of training are always reliitive to the child’s general level of development.
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L ' h i \ i \ the hypotheses w e attempted to examine in the following experimeiit (Elkind. Van Doorninck. & Schwarz. 1967). Pictorial stimuli were drawn ( h y a professional artist) in the following way: T h r e e characters (a boy. i i girl. and ;i dog) were depicted in three activities (running, playing with ;I l u l l . and cating a hamburger) in three different settings (a beach, a biichyard, and a room). All three characters were depicted in all three activities in each of the settings with appropriate changes in clothing and demeanoi.
Advances in Child Development and Behavior, Vol. 4 by Lewis P. Lipsitt (ed.), Hayne W. Reese (ed.)