Title

Microgenetic Studies of Self-Explanation

Date of Original Version

6-2002

Type

Book Chapter

Abstract or Description

Microgenetic methods are useful for many purposes. They can yield more precise descriptions of cognitive change than would otherwise be possible, can reveal both similarities and dissimilarities in change processes across tasks and age groups, and can provide the kind of detailed data that are essential for constructing formal models of cognitive change.

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Published In

Microdevelopment: Transition processes in development and learning, 31-58.