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Kids Develop Complex Thinking Skills Before Kindergarten

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Post Kids Develop Complex Thinking Skills Before Kindergarten

(Psych Central News) Emerging research suggests children start to develop higher-level thinking skills at a very young age, challenging the long-held belief that such complex cognitions are linked*to*knowledge acquisition and better schooling. In a new longitudinal study, researchers from the University of Chicago and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill discovered children begin to show signs [...]

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