By Lewis P. Lipsitt (ed.), Hayne W. Reese (ed.)
This quantity, one in a chain, offers with the constitution of developmental idea, recursive structures, kid's iconic realism, the function of cognition in figuring out gender results, the improvement of processing pace in youth and youth and extra.
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Perhaps we have, i n \oiiic small measure. at least indicated the complexities and the promise inherent in the study of the child's response to two-dimensional representat i o n s o t reality. c. New Yurh: h1aciiiill;in. 1966. Rerlyne. I). E. C ‘ o n , j i r / , rrroristrl ciritl c u r i o s i l j . New Yorh: M c G r a w - H i l l . 1960 Hinet. A. Rr Simon. T ILe developpcment d r I’intelligence che7 le\ enfiints. Anr7c;c P / o y i c / / t e . 1908. 14. 1-94. tlinnie. C.. Elkind. D.. e\bart. J.
The bias in these experiments tewlts from t h e fact that the I Q range of the brain-injured is not coincident wJith that of the retarded. which is necessarily truncated. Brain-injured children may have IQ's as high as I70 01130. Accordingly. when the bt-aiti~~injuixx~ children are matched with retarded children, a biased sample o f brain-injured children is emplo\,ed. Would brain-injured children o f avei'age or better intelligence still show perceptual deficit when compared to the I-ctarded children?
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Advances in Child Development and Behavior, Vol. 4 by Lewis P. Lipsitt (ed.), Hayne W. Reese (ed.)