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Discuss about False Beliefs

Interview one or (ideally) more children between the ages of 3 and 7 years of age. Show the child a box of M & Ms, or another distinctive box that a child would recognize (e.g., juice box, small cereal box). Ask the child what he or she thinks is in that box. Children should say M & Ms or juice. Then, open the box and reveal that it actually contains something else (e.g., pencils, ribbons). Then, place the pencils back in the box and ask the child what another person (a friend, sibling, etc.), who is not in the room, would think is in the box. Then ask the child what he or she thought was in the box originally (“What did you think was in the box the first time I showed it to you?”). To learn more about this task, read p. 206 of your textbook (Bjorklund, D. F., & Causey, K. B. (2018). Children’s thinking: Cognitive development and individual differences (6th edition). Los Angeles, CA: Sage.)

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