Experimental data on time and interventions in children's causal structure learning



Experimental data measuring the cues that children and adults use to figure out causal structure, and more specifically to explore whether there are changes with age in the accuracy of such learning and in the ways in which different cues are used. In particular, it examines the ways in which cues about the timing of events are used, and whether children can learn about the relationship between events through acting or intervening on them. From the ESRC funded project "Time and Interventions in Children's Causal Structure Learning"
Date made availableSept 2014
PublisherUK Data Service

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