Rethinking learning and development in the Newell test

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26 (5):619-620 (2003)
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The Newell Test is an ambitious and promising project, but not without pitfalls. Some of the current criteria are not theoretically neutral, whereas others are unhelpful. To improve the test, the learning and development criteria are reviewed and revised, which suggests adding a maturation criterion as well. Such changes should make the Newell Test more general and useful



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