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Processing capacity defined by relational complexity: implications for comparative, developmental, and cognitive psychology.
Embedded models of relational representations show that relations with more arguments have a higher computational cost that coincides with experimental findings on higher processing loads in humans, and the complexity of relations processed by children increases with age. Expand
Relational knowledge: the foundation of higher cognition
Evidence is presented demonstrating that relational knowledge integrates heuristic and analytic cognition, is important for symbolic processes and the creation of novelty, activates specific regions of the prefrontal cortex, and is the most recently evolved and slowest-developing cognitive process. Expand
Relational complexity metric is effective when assessments are based on actual cognitive processes
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The Sociopolitical Context of Establishing Hawaiian-medium Education
The Hawaiian language revitalisation effort is the most developed of any indigenous language revitalisation in the United States. The language has a unique status as the single indigenous language ofExpand
"Mai Loko Mai 0 Ka 'J'ini: Proceeding from a Dream": The 'Aha Punana Leo Connection in Hawaiian Language Revitalization
Having established Hawaiian-medium programs from preschool through graduate school, Hawai 'i has the most developed movement in indigenous languagemedium education in the United States. This movementExpand
l ka 'õlelo Hawai'i ke ola, 'Life is found in the Hawaiian language'
Hawaiian, a unique Polynesian language that is the sole indigenous language of Hawaii, is severely endangered. Its traditional Speakers have been reduced to the elderly and one tiny isolatedExpand
Indigenous Youth Bilingualism from a Hawaiian Activist Perspective
The ‘Aha Punana Leo began 25 years ago with the call, “E ola ka ‘olelo Hawai‘i!” “Let the Hawaiian language live!” (Wilson & Kamana, 2001). This volume’s descriptions of contemporary languageExpand