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Mediation in discrimination transfers: A reply to Cole and Medin

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Journal of Experimental Child Psychology
0022-0965
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Elsevier
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15
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2
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DOI: 10.1016/0022-0965(73)90156-2

Abstract

Abstract In replying to Cole and Medin we agree with their main point that a demonstration of the existence of mediation in young children no longer constitutes an important theoretical contribution. However, we emphasize the features of the Brown and Scott study which we believe make it more than an existence demonstration. Furthermore, we have some quarrels with Cole and Medin's general assessment of the problems in the area and wish to raise a further question: Do the shift paradigms thus far employed deal with mediated learning or mediated transfer?

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