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Children's picture interpretation: Appearance or intention?

Armitage E, Allen ML - Dev Psychol (2015)

Bottom Line: Experiment 3 replicated the results of Experiment 1 with adult participants.Together, these studies show that children and adults are neither strictly realist nor intentional route followers.They are realists until resemblance cues fail, at which point they defer to intentional cues.

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Affiliation: Centre for Research in Human Development and Learning, Department of Psychology, Lancaster University.

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Object arrays.
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fig1: Object arrays.

Mentions: A 9.1 megapixel Sony digital camera and a HP Photosmart printer were used. Twelve familiar objects arranged into four sets of three object arrays formed the object stimuli. Each array was composed of two test objects and a third distractor object approximately matched in size to the test objects (see Figure 1). Ten color or grayscale photographs (8 in. × 4 in. and presented landscape on A4 photographic paper) of these objects acted as the pictorial stimuli.


Children's picture interpretation: Appearance or intention?

Armitage E, Allen ML - Dev Psychol (2015)

Object arrays.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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fig1: Object arrays.
Mentions: A 9.1 megapixel Sony digital camera and a HP Photosmart printer were used. Twelve familiar objects arranged into four sets of three object arrays formed the object stimuli. Each array was composed of two test objects and a third distractor object approximately matched in size to the test objects (see Figure 1). Ten color or grayscale photographs (8 in. × 4 in. and presented landscape on A4 photographic paper) of these objects acted as the pictorial stimuli.

Bottom Line: Experiment 3 replicated the results of Experiment 1 with adult participants.Together, these studies show that children and adults are neither strictly realist nor intentional route followers.They are realists until resemblance cues fail, at which point they defer to intentional cues.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Centre for Research in Human Development and Learning, Department of Psychology, Lancaster University.

No MeSH data available.