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This article is from Frontiers in Psychology, volume 4.AbstractChanges between the learning and testing contexts affect learning, memory, and generalization. We examined whether a change between learning and testing in the person children were interacting with affects generalization. Three-, four-, and five-year-old children were trained on eight novel noun categories by one experimenter. Children were tested for their ability to generalize the label to a new category member by either the same experimenter who trained them or by a novel experimenter. Three-year-old childrens performance was not affected by who they were tested by. Four- and five-year-old childrens performance was lower when tested by the novel experimenter. The results are discussed in terms of source monitoring and the effect of perceptual context change on category generalization.



Author: Goldenberg, Elizabeth R.; Sandhofer, Catherine M.

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