Samuel and Bryant

AS psychology- the Study by Samuel and Bryant

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What does 'conservation' mean in Piagetian theory?
the understanding that if the shape of something is changed, it will still have the same mass, volume or number
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Why did Samuel and Bryant want to replicate Piaget's work?
because they thought that he had confused the children by asking the same question twice
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How many children took part in Samuel and Bryant's study?
252
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What was the total number of trials per child?
12
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How did age affect the children's ability to conserve?
older children made fewer errors than younger children
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Why did Samuel and Bryant want to replicate Piaget's work?

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because they thought that he had confused the children by asking the same question twice

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How many children took part in Samuel and Bryant's study?

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What was the total number of trials per child?

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How did age affect the children's ability to conserve?

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