Psychology Professor Henry Wellman always had a hunch that little kids weren’t just blank slates that adults could mold into copies of their grown selves—even very young kids create their own theories about the world based on evidence they collect, like little scientists.
But after 40 years of interacting with kids in classrooms and the lab, Wellman has learned what might be closer to the truth: that scientists act like big kids.
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