Tuesday, 5 April 2016

Research Article: Young Children's Reports of When Events Occurred: Do Event Type and Assessment Method Matter?

Authors
Connie M. Tang (Stockton University)
Sarah Dickey (Stockton University)
Dana Samuelsen (Stockton University)


Paper Highlights

  • Young children report when learning events occurred as accurately as they report on when physical events occurred
  • Children are more accurate when responding to temporal distance than temporal location questions
  • The way we ask young children about when they experienced various events determines their accuracy

DOI: 10.1002/icd.1963



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