II. STUDY 1FCONCEPTUAL UNDERSTANDING OF AMBIGUOUS FIGURES.
III. STUDY 2FREVERSING AMBIGUOUS FIGURES.
IV. STUDY 3FREVERSING AMBIGUOUS FIGURES AND EXECUTIVE FUNCTION.
V. STUDY 4FREVERSING AMBIGUOUS FIGURES AND MENTAL IMAGERY.
VI. CONCEPTION AND PERCEPTION OF AMBIGUOUS FIGURES.
STATEMENT OF EDITORIAL POLICY.
is a lecturer in Psychology at the University of Plymouth
(England). Her research focuses on children s cognitive development in
several domains: false memories, mental imagery, perception and conception
of ambiguous figures, and pictorial representations. Her current research
explores how mental imagery develops in children and how that
differs from adults.
Martin J. Doherty is a lecturer at the University of Stirling, Scotland. His research focuses on the development of children s understanding of representation. He recently published Theory of Mind: How Children Understand Others Thoughts and Feelings (2009, Psychology Press).