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Only in a minority of cases were significant differences obtained between children and adults regarding (a) the use of both concrete and abstract concepts and, (b) the-first of two different kinds of concepts used. Introduction The work of Bolles (1937), Goldstein and Scheerer (1941), Welch (1940), and Werner (1948) led Sigel (1953) to derive the hypothesis that the younger the child the more perceptual are his organizations. This hypothesis has more recently been incorporated into Bruner’s theory of cognitive development (1966).

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