Advances in Child Development and Behavior, Vol. 4 by Lewis P. Lipsitt (ed.), Hayne W. Reese (ed.)

By Lewis P. Lipsitt (ed.), Hayne W. Reese (ed.)

This quantity, one in a sequence, offers with the constitution of developmental thought, recursive structures, kid's iconic realism, the function of cognition in knowing gender results, the advance of processing pace in formative years and youth and extra.

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The indirect approach uses learning or other performance measures which supposedly reflect forgetting, but which do not require an overt recall of t h e originally presented stimulus materials. For example, an indirect test can involve increasing the CS-UCS interval in classical trace conditioning while examining the learning rates of subjects of different intelligence levels (Baumeister. Beedle, & Urquhart, 1964; Ellis, 1963; Lobb & Nugent, 1966). O r it might involve an examination of t h e interaction between intelligence and the length of the S-R interval in a pairedassociate task in which the S and R items are temporally separated (Baumeister, 1963).

Schwarz. 1967). Pictorial stimuli were drawn ( h y a professional artist) in the following way: T h r e e characters (a boy. i i girl. and ;i dog) were depicted in three activities (running, playing with ;I l u l l . and cating a hamburger) in three different settings (a beach, a biichyard, and a room). All three characters were depicted in all three activities in each of the settings with appropriate changes in clothing and demeanoi. For example. when the boy was shown at the beach, he was wearing ii h i t h i n g suit; when he was depicted in the room, he was dressed in pajama\: and when in the yard, he w a s dressed in street clothes.

Ulr. Ho\ton’ Houghton hlifflin, 1960. Vernon. M . D. T h e relation of cognition mil phantasy in children. sh . / ( J u ~ M / c ! f P s y chology, 1940, 30, 273-294; 3 1 . 1 - 2 I Vurpillot, E. The development of \c:inning \trategies and their relation t o visual differentiation. 5 w h o l o g y , 1968, 6. 632-650. Wechsler. D. W w h . c C I / I , f o r c h i l d w n . N e w Yoi-k: P\ychologicnl Corporation, 1949. White. R . W. Motivation reconsidered I Iic concepr of compctence. P . ~ ~ l i d ( ~ g iRcvI’PI~..

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