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  1. Preschoolers' understanding of the relationship between perceptual access and accuracy of knowledge: a study of 4- and 5-year-olds' judgments about model peers. [REVIEW]Kathryn Ann Cooper - unknown
    Knowing the relationship between perceptual access and the accuracy of knowledge is a critical skill for acquiring accurate information directly or indirectly from another. Some informants are more reliable than others although careful attention must be paid to whether they have appropriate perceptual access in order to acquire accurate information. In this study, I explored whether 4- and 5-year-olds (N = 176) used their previous knowledge evaluations of two model peers and their own knowledge of where knowledge comes from to (...)
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