The ‘baseline’condition, the two women sat with his hands in her lap. In another state, took each a different cup. And in another, each pointing in a different cup. Were asked, ‘ were asked, ‘Which woman white where the ball is? ‘Two of the studies was a woman , the hider, in the other two, was the other.. The authors showed 48 preschool children, half of them boys and half girls, a videotape of two women, four cups and a ball. In each of the four sequences, a woman said she wanted to hide the ball under one of the cups.
During their study, such as small children know what to know other people, the authors, Carolyn Palmquist and Vikram K. Jaswal found the University of Virginia, they could be misleading preschoolers with the simple introduction of a pointing gesture. ‘The kids were ready, knowledge about a person solely on the gesture she convey convey the information attributed to basis,’says Palmquist. ‘You have such a strong faith in the knowledge, built together with the note that it trumps everything else, including what they are. Continue reading