Visual orientation and self-perceptions of children in an external-cue-relevant or cue-irrelevant task situation.

Abstract

On the basis of visual orientation on a block design task, 180 kindergarten through fifth-grade children were assigned to 3 categories of task approaches: (a) inner directed or task oriented (TO), (b) information seeking (IS), and (c) approval seeking or cue dependent (CD). The performance and self-perceptions of the children were then examined as they… (More)

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