By Lewis P. Lipsitt (ed.), Hayne W. Reese (ed.)
This quantity, one in a chain, bargains with the constitution of developmental concept, recursive structures, kid's iconic realism, the function of cognition in realizing gender results, the advance of processing pace in formative years and youth and extra.
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W. Motivation reconsidered I Iic concepr of compctence. P . ~ ~ l i d ( ~ g iRcvI’PI~.. 97-333. ( I / Winch, W. H . Children’s perceptions: A n experimental studv of ohservutian and report in young children. Baltimore: Warwick & York, I9 14. Witkin. H. A, , Dyk, R . , Faterson, H . F.. Goodenough. D. & Karp. S. A . Psychological dlxerentiation. N e w York: Wiley. 1962. Wohlwill. J . F. Developmental studies of perception. Psychological Bulletin, 1960. 57. 249-288. THE R E L A T I O N S O F SHORT-TERM MEMORY T O DEVELOPMENT A N D INTELLIGENCE' John M .
Young children, as Piaget, (19S2b) has demonstrated. believe that words carry much more meaning than they actually do. In describing an apparatus to a blindfolded youngster. a young child uses many indctinite terms without realizing how little information such words as "thing" convey to others (Flavell, 1966). Once, however, the child is ahle to add classes, multiply properties, seriate relations, and generally to cleal with two properties or dimensions at the same time, he is also able to detach names from their contexts and recognize that they are arbitrary designations.
61 VII. D I R E C T M E A S U R E M E N T OF A C Q U I S I T I O N V111. E O F RETRIEVAL. PROCESSES I X . CONCI U S I O N S REFERENCES ................... 61 63 65 .... 75 .... 78 .... 79 1. Introduction It' short-term memory (STM) is defined as how much a person recognizes, recalls, or reproduces seconds or minutes after some material is presented, then there is ample evidence that STM increases with both age and intelligence. g.. Wechsler, 1949).
Advances in Child Development and Behavior, Vol. 4 by Lewis P. Lipsitt (ed.), Hayne W. Reese (ed.)