COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE IN I 2-WEEK-OLD THE EFFECTS OF BIRTH ORDER , BIRTH SPACIN-AND SOCIAL GLASS

@inproceedings{Gallas2011COGNITIVEPI,
  title={COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE IN I 2-WEEK-OLD THE EFFECTS OF BIRTH ORDER , BIRTH SPACIN-AND SOCIAL GLASS},
  author={Howard B. Gallas},
  year={2011}
}
Lewis Michael; Gallas, Raw and Cognitive Performance in the 12-Week-Old Infant: The Effects of Birth Order, Birth Spacing, Sex, and Social Class. Educational Testing Service, Princeton, r. J. National inst. of Child Health and Human revelopment Bethesda, Ed. 7TS-PT776hug 76 NO1FID42893 30p. ME-S0.63 HC-$2.06 Plus Post age. *Birth Order; Cognitive Development; *Cognitive ?.(asurement: *Infant Behavior;-*Infants; *intelligence Tests; Interaction Process Inalysis; Perception Tests; Predictor… CONTINUE READING

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