Patrick J. Byers

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Assessments of linguistic ability amongst inner city African American children in the 1960's and cross-cultural assessments of problem solving skills amongst participants without formal education in several contexts around the world have both demonstrated the need for investigators to distinguish the possible existence of some form of competency from the(More)
Cognitive development researchers have drawn conclusions about young children's developing knowledge of number by studying their behavior, while at the same time acknowledging that behavior is an imperfect index of knowledge, e.g., it may be disputed whether a given behavioral task accurately measures, overestimates, or underestimates children's knowledge.(More)
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