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Together these chapters indicate how sequence, counting, and cardinal situations move from being separate situations to becoming integrated as the number-word sequence itself becomes a cardinalized unitized seriated embedded conceptual structure. Chapter 10 relates chapters 2, 6, and 7 to each other by reporting data on sequence, correspondence, and cardinal aspects of counting within the same children . Developmental relationships among Gelman and Gallistel's (1978) three how-to-count principles are considered, and these principles are discussed in some detail.
Almost all the evidence reviewed in this book, including the new evidence presented here, concerns entities that are all simultaneously physically present. This animal literature is similar to that on human infants because most of the animals and all of the infants have not been taught number words. " Human 1- and 8 Because the debate concerning whether subitizing involves figural patterns is not resolved, we will include the use of figural patterns as a possible separate procedure. 5. Focus and Outline of the Book 29 2-year-olds do possess such abilities, as evidently do some primates9 and the grey parrot trained by Pepperberg (in press).
This' suggests that children did not at some point "see the teens pattern" and then produce that pattern consistently, Fifth, Siegler and Robinson (1982) concluded that their stopping point data supported the view that children were learning the sequence to twenty without understanding the teens structure. Sixth, Miller and Stigler (1987) interpreted their cross-cultural comparison of the counting of American and Chinese children as supporting the view that American children learn the words to twenty by rote.