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When what’s inside counts: Sequence of demonstrated actions affects preschooler’s categorization by nonobvious properties.

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Yu, Y; Kushnir, T
Published in: Developmental Psychology
March 2016

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Developmental Psychology

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Publication Date

March 2016

Volume

52

Start / End Page

400 / 410

Publisher

American Psychological Association (APA)

Related Subject Headings

  • Psychology, Child
  • Play and Playthings
  • Male
  • Learning
  • Humans
  • Female
  • Exploratory Behavior
  • Developmental & Child Psychology
  • Concept Formation
  • Child, Preschool
 

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Yu, Y., & Kushnir, T. (2016). When what’s inside counts: Sequence of demonstrated actions affects preschooler’s categorization by nonobvious properties. Developmental Psychology, 52, 400–410. https://doi.org/10.1037/dev0000088
Yu, Yue, and Tamar Kushnir. “When what’s inside counts: Sequence of demonstrated actions affects preschooler’s categorization by nonobvious properties.Developmental Psychology 52 (March 2016): 400–410. https://doi.org/10.1037/dev0000088.
Yu, Yue, and Tamar Kushnir. “When what’s inside counts: Sequence of demonstrated actions affects preschooler’s categorization by nonobvious properties.Developmental Psychology, vol. 52, American Psychological Association (APA), Mar. 2016, pp. 400–10. Manual, doi:10.1037/dev0000088.
Yu Y, Kushnir T. When what’s inside counts: Sequence of demonstrated actions affects preschooler’s categorization by nonobvious properties. Developmental Psychology. American Psychological Association (APA); 2016 Mar;52:400–410.

Published In

Developmental Psychology

DOI

Publication Date

March 2016

Volume

52

Start / End Page

400 / 410

Publisher

American Psychological Association (APA)

Related Subject Headings

  • Psychology, Child
  • Play and Playthings
  • Male
  • Learning
  • Humans
  • Female
  • Exploratory Behavior
  • Developmental & Child Psychology
  • Concept Formation
  • Child, Preschool