Development of relational processing in hot and cool tasks.

Abstract

The research investigated the role of complexity and the hot-cool distinction in cognitive development. The 120, 3- to 6-year-old children completed four hot tasks, which involved an affective component and three cool tasks, which did not. All tasks included binary- and ternary-relational items. Complexity was a major source of difficulty on all tasks… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/87565641.2011.632457

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@article{Bunch2012DevelopmentOR, title={Development of relational processing in hot and cool tasks.}, author={Katie M. Bunch and Glenda Andrews}, journal={Developmental neuropsychology}, year={2012}, volume={37 2}, pages={134-52} }