Remembering the right locations: factors affecting young children's logical search ability
Robert A. Reeve, Joseph C. Campione, Ann L. Brown, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Center for the Study of Reading, Bolt, Beranek, and Newman, inc, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (U.S.), National Institute of Education (U.S.)
University of Illinois, 1986 - Education - 62 pages
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4-year-olds 9ert 9rown asked questions Brown & Reeve child children searched children were asked CHILDREN'S LOGICAL SEARCH cognitive critical area locations critical area search different table-top task discovered missing effective search behavior efficient search groap Haake half the children initial search task Insert Table Locations 27 Table locations not visited locations were visited logical inferences logical search ability logical search behavior logical search skills lost object Memory for Locations missing item missing object naturalistic conditions Naturalistic search tasks naturalistic task Number of children number of searches pragmatic inferences pragmatic search mode preschool previous research probe questions problem solving routines Queried Questions Adequately Questions Before Task search activity search in location search locations searched initially second search problem second table-top task second task Snoopy spatial-associative search strategies storage containers story suitcase table-top condition table-top problem table-top search task task-related questions third search three searches toy doll Wellman young children