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Microgenetic Analyses of Learning
journal contributionposted on 2006-03-01, 00:00 authored by Robert SieglerRobert Siegler
This chapter is based on three propositions: (1) Learning is central to child development, (2) microgenetic analyses yield unique information about learning, and (3) the information yielded by microgenetic analysis is helping to create a vibrant new field of children's learning. The remainder of the chapter provides arguments and evidence for these propositions, as well as describing the new field of children's learning.