Human cognition is a central topic in psychology. Cognition in Children tracks the development of key areas of cognition such as learning, memory, reasoning, problem solving and knowledge representation from infancy through childhood. The perspective adopted is that infants and young children have an innate bias to learn about causal relations and acquire causal explanations of everyday phenomena. This causal bias helps them to develop appropriate frameworks for organising their memories, to pick out relations which are the ...

Cognition in Children 1998, Psychology Press, Hove

ISBN-13: 9780863778254

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Cognition in Children 1998, Psychology Press

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