Preschoolers' extension and export of information from realistic and fantastical stories (Study 2)

Deena Skolnick Weisberg
These studies investigate how children extend information within the context of fictional stories, how they export information from stories to reality, and whether these processes are affected by the story’s degree of realism. Preschool-aged children heard a story and judged whether events that happened at one point in that story could happen later in the story and could happen in real life.
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