A single interaction affects the way a child seeks information, study finds
Geplaatst op 29 oktober 2010 - 08:10
ScienceDaily (Oct. 29, 2010) ó Seven-year-old children only need to interact with a person once to learn who to trust and seek information from, according to a study by Queen's University researchers
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