pre-school environment and cognitive ability

by A. Kasimbazi

Publisher: Social Psychology Section, Dept. of Sociology, Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda

Written in English
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  • Africa.

Subjects:

  • Cognition and culture -- Africa.,
  • Child psychology -- Africa.,
  • Environmental psychology -- Africa.,
  • Children and the environment -- Africa.

Edition Notes

Statementby A. Kasimbazi and M. Wober.
SeriesOccasional paper - Makerere University, Social Psychology Section ;, no. 10, Occasional paper (Makerere University. Social Psychology Section) ;, no. 10.
ContributionsWober, J. M. joint author.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBF311 .K285
The Physical Object
Pagination9 leaves ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4759829M
LC Control Number78106516

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It is a successor to the editors' volume, Intelligence, Heredity, and Environment, and a companion to their new volume, Family Environment and Intellectual Functioning: A Life-Span Perspective. Taken together, the two-volume set comprises the most comprehensive existing work on the relation between the environment and cognitive abilities.

It is a successor to the editors' volume, Intelligence, Heredity, and Environment, and a companion to their new volume, Family Environment and Intellectual Functioning: A Life-Span Perspective. Taken together, the two-volume set comprises the most comprehensive existing work on the relation between the environment and cognitive abilities.

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