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Andrzej Tarłowski

Andrzej Tarłowski
Akademia Ekonomiczno Humanistyczna w Warszawie

PhD

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September 2007 - September 2010
Universidad del País Vasco / Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea
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  • PostDoc Position
September 2005 - August 2007
Northwestern University
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  • PostDoc Position
September 2000 - June 2005
University of Warsaw
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  • PhD Student

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Niniejsza książka została poświęcona konstruowaniu przez dzieci wiedzy biologicznej w procesie wnioskowania indukcyjnego. Prezentowana publikacja składa się z dwóch części. W pierwszej części omówiono najważniejsze elementy kontekstu dla badań rozwoju naiwnej biologii. Druga część przedstawia badania dotyczące trzech zagadnień z obszaru wnioskowani...
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Children are exposed to anthropomorphized animals in a variety of contexts. The literature that analyzes this phenomenon suggests that exposure to anthropomorphic media may strengthen children's anthropocentric representation of animals. There is an as yet unexplored difference between anthropomorphized and realistic depictions of multiple animal s...
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There is a growing body of research on variability in the early development of biological knowledge. Most of the studies focus on the variability related to culture and direct exposure to nature, however, there is also data suggesting that parental input plays an important role. In children’s first years of life, parents play a key role in scaffold...
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Q9 There is a lively debate concerning the role of conceptual and perceptual information in young children's inductive inferences. While most studies focus on the role of basic level categories in induction the present research contributes to the debate by asking whether children's inductions are guided by ontological constraints. Two studies use a...
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The present study employed a serial forced choice inductive inference paradigm to test whether rural and urban 5-year-olds varying in SES rely on the representation of living things in extending new knowledge. Sixty-five children learned that humans possess a novel internal property and, in a series of test trials, had to decide whether to attribut...
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The language switching task has provided a useful insight into how bilinguals produce language. So far, however, the studies using this method have been limited to lexical access. The present study provides empirical evidence on language switching in the production of simple grammar structures. In the reported experiment, Polish-English unbalanced...
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Although past research demonstrated that online presentation of labels plays a role in inductive inference few studies have shown that naming practices affect stable category representations that enter into inductive judgments. In this study we provide evidence for a relationship between naming and inductive inference by examining Polish and Spanis...
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To claim that young children's biological thought is anthropocentric or that their induction depends on similarity rather than categories is to overlook the role of experience in reasoning. We tested four groups of 4-year-olds differing in two aspects of exposure to biological information: (a) their direct experience with nature (urban versus rural...

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