First Principles Organize Attention to and Learning About Relevant Data : Number and the Animate - lnanimate Distinction as Examples ROCHEL

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Early cognitive development benefits from nonilnguistic representations of skeietai sets of domain-specific principles and complementary domain-relevant doto obstroction processes. The principles outline the domain, identify relevant inputs, and structure coherently what is learned. Knowledge acquisition within the domoin is a faint function of such domain… (More)

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@inproceedings{Gelman1990FirstPO, title={First Principles Organize Attention to and Learning About Relevant Data : Number and the Animate - lnanimate Distinction as Examples ROCHEL}, author={Rochel Gelman}, year={1990} }