Colorful success: preschoolers' use of perceptual color cues to solve a spatial reasoning problem.

@article{Joh2012ColorfulSP,
  title={Colorful success: preschoolers' use of perceptual color cues to solve a spatial reasoning problem.},
  author={Amy S. Joh and Leigh A. Spivey},
  journal={Journal of experimental child psychology},
  year={2012},
  volume={113 4},
  pages={523-34}
}
Spatial reasoning, a crucial skill for everyday actions, develops gradually during the first several years of childhood. Previous studies have shown that perceptual information and problem solving strategies are critical for successful spatial reasoning in young children. Here, we sought to link these two factors by examining children's use of perceptual… CONTINUE READING