Advances in Child Development and Behavior by Hayne W. Reese and Robert Kail (Eds.)

By Hayne W. Reese and Robert Kail (Eds.)

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Rosengren and Gregory S. Braswell or problems with the experimental methodology. In this section we start with a discussion of detecting randomness, consider other issues that hinder assessment of whether children's reasoning is in fact variable, and turn to some alternative approaches. A. ASSESSING RANDOMNESS IN CHILDREN'S RESPONSES Techniques for examining random responses are fairly well developed in the field of cognitive development. One of the most common procedures for uncovering random responses is to test children's performance against chance.

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