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Why learning and development can lead to poorer recognition memory

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Current models of inductive reasoning in children and adults assume a central role for categorical knowledge. A recent paper by Sloutsky and Fisher challenges this assumption, showing that children are more likely than adults to rely on perceptual similarity as a basis for induction, and introduces a more direct method for examining the representations activated during induction. This method has the potential to constrain models of induction in novel ways, although there are still important challenges

Topics: BF, RC0321
Publisher: ELSEVIER SCIENCE LONDON
OAI identifier: oai:wrap.warwick.ac.uk:8088
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