Trusting What You’re Told | Quote 01373

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Children’s follow-up questions are sometimes intended not to supplement the answer they have received, but rather to qualify or query that answer. So even when they do receive an explanation, children are not always satisfied with it. They do not necessarily accept what they are told—they weigh up the degree to which it satisfactorily resolves the puzzle that they are trying to sort out.

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Paul Harris


Trusting What You’re Told

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