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Teaching Multiple Classification to Young Children
Ronald K. Parker, Margery L. Rieff and Shelby J. Sperr
Vol. 42, No. 6 (Dec., 1971), pp. 1779-1789
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1127584
Page Count: 11
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A multiple-classification training program developed by task analysis was presented to 4½-, 6-, and 7½-year-olds. After preliminary testing with 5 color X form matrices, Ss who could not solve multiple-classification tasks were randomly assigned to either the training or contact control group. Pre- and posttesting indicated a differential effect of training on the 3 age levels. The 6- and 7½-year-olds benefited from the training program, but the 4½-year-olds showed little increase in multiple-classification ability. In general, however, training improved Ss' performance on the criterion performance tasks and on the 9 transfer matrices.
Child Development © 1971 Society for Research in Child Development