Children's impressions of other persons: the effects of temporal separation of behavioral information.

@article{Rholes1986ChildrensIO,
  title={Children's impressions of other persons: the effects of temporal separation of behavioral information.},
  author={William S. Rholes and Diane N. Ruble},
  journal={Child development},
  year={1986},
  volume={57 4},
  pages={
          872-8
        }
}
The study addresses the role of developmental differences in the use of behavioral information that is acquired at different points in time in the person perception/attribution process. The topic of temporal separations was considered to be potentially important because of the possibility that age differences in information use might at least partially explain developmental differences in children's conceptualizations of personality traits and abilities and more generally, because integration… CONTINUE READING
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