II. ANALYSIS OF THE CHILDES DATABASE.
III. DIARY STUDY OF CHILDREN′S QUESTIONS.
IV. CHILDREN′S QUESTIONS ABOUT ANIMALS.
V. DO CHILDREN′S QUESTIONS CHANGE THEIR KNOWLEDGE STATE?.
VI. GENERAL DISCUSSION.
COMMENTARY: TIME FOR QUESTIONS.
STATEMENT OF EDITORIAL POLICY
Professor of Psychology at the University of California, Merced, where she is
a Founding Faculty member. Her research investigates the role that conversation
plays in cognitive development, with an emphasis on children s
questions, language acquisition, and biological knowledge.