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Dissociation between Categorization and Induction Early in Development: Evidence for Similarity-Based Induction

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The goal of the current research is to examine mechanisms underlying induction early in development. Artificial categories were created in which the appearance of items could be pitted against category membership. Children between 4 and 5 years of age participated in two types of tasks: categorization and induction. Although participant

Topics: Cognitive Science, Psychology, Cognitive development, Learning, Reasoning, Developmental experimentation
Year: 2008
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