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ERIC Number: EJ141760
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1976
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The Effects of Chronological and Mental Age on Spontaneous Alternation Behavior in Preschool Children
Kolesar, Michael J.; Black, Kathryn Norcross
Journal of Genetic Psychology, 128, 1, 147-148, Mar 76
This study provided data showing that with increase in age there is an increase in spontaneous alternation behavior in preschool children. Mental age rather than chronological age is indicated as a more meaningful predictor of a child's tendency to seek out and approach varying stimulation. (GO)
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