Applied Developmental Psychology. Volume 2 by Frederick J Morrison, Catherine Lord and Daniel P. Keating

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32 CHERYL A. LOGAN Laboratory of Comparative Cognition (1983). Culture and cognitive development. In W. ), Handbook of child psychology (Vol. I). New York: Wiley. Lerner, R. M. (1983). The history of philosophy and the philosophy of history in developmental psychology: A view of the issues. In R. ), Developmental psychology: Historical and philosophical perspectives. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. Logan, C. (1985). Individual history and psychological explanation: A critique of essentialism in psychology.

However, the reporting of such inconsistencies presupposes a theory about communication between two or more persons in a face-to-face situation, not a theory about reading or listening and monitoring one's comprehension. The possibility exists, therefore, that reporting and detection of inconsistencies might be different, if not independent, processes. In fact, Harris and colleagues (1981) used reading time as a measure of detection in a study in which the child had to point to the inconsistent source of information in the text in response to requests.

Collingwood, R. (1946). The idea of history. London: Oxford Univ. Press. , & Bentley, A. (1949). Knowing and the known. Boston: Beacon. Diamond, S. (1984). Buckle, Wundt, and psychology's use of history. Isis, 75, 143-152. Freud, S. (1957). [A general etiological formula]. In J. ), A general selection from the works of Sigmund Freud. Garden City, NY: Doubleday. Gergen, K. (1980). Exchange theory: The transient and the enduring. In K. Gergen, M. Greenberg, & R. ), Social Exchange. New York: Plenum.

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