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ArtikelYoung Children's Yes Bias: How Does it Relate to Verbal Ability, Inhibitory Control, and Theory of Mind?  
Oleh: Moriguchi, Yusuke ; Okanda, Mako ; Itakura, Shoji
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: First Language (Full Text) vol. 28 no. 4 (Nov. 2008), page 431-442.
Topik: Cognitive development; inhibitory control; preschool children; theory of mind; verbal ability; yes bias
Fulltext: Vol 28, no (4), page 431–442.pdf (124.05KB)
Isi artikelThe aim of the present study was to investigate how young children reduce a yes bias, the tendency to answer ‘yes’ to yes-no questions. Specifically, we examined three possible factors: verbal ability, inhibitory control and theory of mind. Results revealed that verbal ability and inhibitory control were strongly associated with a yes bias even after controlling for age. Regression analyses revealed that these two factors significantly predicted a yes bias. Theory of mind was not significantly correlated with a yes bias. The results indicate that young children may have to inhibit a dominant ‘yes’ response when they are supposed to respond ‘no’. The development of verbal skills may reduce young children’s yes biases.
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