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Cultural influences on children's thinking in Swaziland

Cultural influences on children's thinking in Swaziland

Boleswa Educational Research Journal (5): 23-33

The primary objective of this research was to examine fundamental information about the relationship between social milieu, pre-school experience, and children's ability to perform logical thinking tasks. Performance was examined on six tasks that were selected from the research of psychologist Jean Piaget.

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