With the help of whiteboard animations, Dr. Iain Kusel (University of Edinburgh) presents an easy-to-digest introduction for researchers and students alike on how a specific computational modeling approach was applied to children’s developing size-seriation skills in the work reported in the November 2019 Monograph of the Society for Research in Child Development, co-authored with Dr. Maggie McGonigle-Chalmers (University of Edinburgh).

This research was published in The Development of Size Sequencing Skills: An Empirical and Computational Analysis, the Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, (84)4. For more information, including scholarship, teaching, and outreach resources, visit monographmatters.srcd.org .

Narrated and presented by Dr. Iain Kusel. All rights reserved.

Society for Research in Child Development [srcdchilddevelopment]. (2019, November 12). Methodological Lesson: Modeling the Emergence of Size Sequencing Skills | Monograph Matters 84.4 [Video File]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/7oxrAd6hzek