New PDF release: Advances in Child Development and Behavior, Vol. 4

By Lewis P. Lipsitt (ed.), Hayne W. Reese (ed.)

ISBN-10: 0120097044

ISBN-13: 9780120097043

This quantity, one in a sequence, bargains with the constitution of developmental conception, recursive structures, kid's iconic realism, the position of cognition in knowing gender results, the advance of processing velocity in formative years and early life and extra.

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Where in this sequence is the young child deficient with respect to the older child'! ' Rlnny more questions could be raised but these should suffice to suggest the uork that must be done in this area. 3 . e i n the context of the work of Witkin. Dyk. iality and perception. In addition to the process factors studied b \ Witkin ~ n Kagan, d there are the content differences between individual\ that appear in tests such as the Korschach. How are such differcriics in ligurative perception mediated'?

In short, our data suggest that the course of perceptual growth is marked by an increasing tendency to act upon any given configuration so as to perceive all of its many and varied facets. A second generalization suggested by our data is that as the child grows older his perception is increasingly determined by higher-order perceptual and cognitive abilities and decreasingly by the Gestalt properties of the stimulus. I t must be emphasized, however, that the Gestalt properties of the stimulus continue.

Then to the extent that one can train children to improve their perceptual activities, to that extent should their reading also improve. The training, however, must be truly perceptual and really force the children to attend to the visual stimuli. With these considerations in mind we devised a set of nonverbal exercises for training groups of children on various perceptual activities (Elkind. 1966, 1969). To test the efficacy of these exercises. we (Elkind and Deblinger, 1969) matched 60 inner-city Negro children on Form X of the California Achievement Tests and on the PAT ( F o r m A ) and the PIT.

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