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ERIC Number: EJ270120
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1982-Sep
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Individual Differences in Children's Use of New and Old Information during Reading Lessons.
Mosenthal, Peter; Davidson-Mosenthal, Randie
Elementary School Journal, v83 n1 p24-34 Sep 1982
Results indicated that children judged "imitative" and "contingent" tended to use primarily new information in resolving contradictory motive information in two stories (i.e., the stories' constructs), while children judged "noncontingent" tended to resolve anomalous information by interpreting the stories in terms of old information (i.e., their personal constructs). (MP)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
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Language: English
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