1977
DOI: 10.4992/psycholres1954.19.157
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Abstract: The development of information encoding skills and information requesting skills and the relationship between these two types of skills in referential communication tasks were investigated in children between the ages of four and eight. The children were first assigned as speakers with the experimenter acting as listener, and then assigned as listeners with the experimenter as speaker. While adequate encoding behavior improved rapidly with age during the preschool period (ages four to six), adequate requesting… Show more

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