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Thinking helps us to learn, especially when our thinking leads us to consult outside sources or experts. As we learn more, our thinking becomes more effective. If you try to figure out what is wrong with your car (or your computer, or your body) every time something goes wrong with it, you will find yourself looking up things in books and asking experts (repair people, physicians) as part of your search for possibilities and evidence. You will then come to know more and to participate more fully in thinking about similar problems in the future.

Such beliefs serve as evidence for the making of plans, which, in turn, provide personal goals for later decisions. For example, people who learn that they are admired for a particular skill, such as telling jokes, can form the goal of developing that skill and seeking opportunities to display it. Learning from observation. This includes all cases in which we learn about our environment from observation alone, without intentional experimentation. As such, it can include behavioral learning without experimentation — namely, learning in which we simply observe that certain actions (done for reasons other than to get evidence) are followed by certain events.

Another child (described by Piaget, 1929, p. 236) had been taught about the cycle of night and day and the rotation of the earth. She had been told that when it was night in Europe (where she lived), it was day in America. Not wanting to give up her idea of a flat earth, she now reported, when asked, that there was a flat-earth America underneath the flat-earth Europe, and that at night the sun dropped below the European layer to shine on the American layer. Vosniadou and Brewer (1987) point out that when the modern view is finally adopted, the change is truly radical.

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