Executive processes in appearance-reality tasks: the role of inhibition of attention and symbolic representation.

@article{Bialystok2004ExecutivePI,
  title={Executive processes in appearance-reality tasks: the role of inhibition of attention and symbolic representation.},
  author={Ellen Bialystok and Lili Senman},
  journal={Child development},
  year={2004},
  volume={75 2},
  pages={
          562-79
        }
}
Two studies addressed the role of representation ability and control of attention on solutions to an appearance-reality task based on two types of objects, real and representational. In Study 1, 67 preschool children (3-, 4-, and 5-year-olds) solved appearance-reality problems and executive processing tasks. There was an interaction between object type (real vs. representational) and question type (appearance vs. reality) on problem difficulty. In addition, representational ability predicted… CONTINUE READING
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