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Benefits of an intervention focused on oddity and seriation

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An experimental study of the impact of instruction in oddity--choosing the object that differs from others, and seriation--ordering objects on a dimension and inserting new objects into such orders, on children's cognitive skill development, identification of letters, counting, adding, and subtracting, using control instructional groups focusing on letter recognition and identification, numeracy, and art, and based on data from 72 Head Start children from 7 urban Head Start centers who scored low on an oddity test and were randomly assigned to an instructional group
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United States

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