Belief Revision in Children: The Role of Prior Knowledge and Strategies for Generating Evidence
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology Volume 49, Number 1,
Evolving beliefs and reasoning strategies of 22 fifth and sixth graders working on a causal reasoning problem were observed. Children conducted experiments to learn about relations between design features and speed of race cars in a computerized "microworld." Subjects did not attain full understanding of features disconfirming their initial beliefs. (RH)
Schauble, L. (1990). Belief Revision in Children: The Role of Prior Knowledge and Strategies for Generating Evidence. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 49(1), 31-57.
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