Schoolchildren’s transitive reasoning with the spatial relation ‘is left/right of’

Thinking and Reasoning:1-31 (forthcoming)
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We examine schoolchildren’s reasoning with spatial relations, such as ‘is to the left of’. Our aims are to obtain a more precise account of the effect of working memory on reasoning, a more detaile...



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