This 10 page paper explores the development of syllogistic reasoning in children. The essay follows the format of a research investigation with an introduction and hypothesis, brief literature review, methodology that includes subjects and procedures, results, discussion and conclusion. The 'study' is hypothetical, the rest of the essay is based on legitimate research into syllogistic reasoning. Researchers have found children are able to reason logically at a much younger age than proposed by Piaget. It is also clear that this ability develops more with age. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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