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Comparison and Categorization in the Development of Relational Similarity
4 experiments investigated the development of children's ability to recognize perceptual relational commonalities such as symmetry or monotonicity. In Experiment 1, 6- and 8-year-olds were able toExpand
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The development of calibration-based reasoning about collision events in young infants
Previous research indicates that, when shown a collision between a moving and a stationary object, 11-month-old infants believe that the size of the moving object affects how far the stationaryExpand
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Reasoning about collisions involving inert objects in 7.5-month-old infants
Tlze present research asked whether 7.5-month-old infants realize tlzut an object cannot displace another ohject \v~thout contacting it. Tlze infants in E-xperiment I were asszgned to a contact or aExpand
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Two Forces in the Development of Relational Similarity
Analogy commands the attention of developmental psychologists, first, because like grammar and mathematics, analogy is a supremely elegant form of thought ; and, second, because of its importance inExpand
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Calibration-based reasoning about collision events in 11-month-old infants
Previous research indicates that, when a moving object collides with a stationary object, infants expect the stationary object to be displaced. The present experiment examined whether infants believeExpand
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Pack Light: You will go farther
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Infants' reasoning about collision events
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Two forces in the development of rela-tional structure
A method for providing a large number of interconnections between a circuitizable wafer and a circuitizable substrate provides very fine line interconnections with built-in strain relief. A channelExpand
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