Effects of three experimental conditions on preschool children's ability to coordinate visual perspectives.

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60 3-, 4-, and 5-yr.-old children were asked to coordinate visual perspectives in three conditions: (1) Piaget and Inhelder's "Three Mountain Task," (2) identify objects a doll could see against the side of two intersecting walls, and (3) choose a picture which represented which objects the doll could see. Both condition and age effects were significant… (More)

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