Sunday, February 3, 2008

Children As Young As Three Can Navigate Successfully Outdoors- Study

ScienceDaily (2008-02-01) -- Global positioning systems technology can be used to show how children as young as three find their way around. Using things around us to regain our bearings is known as reorientation and the process has been widely studied in non-human animal species. More recent research, looking at the development of this ability in children, suggests that we do not accurately use landmarks to orient ourselves until about the age of six. ... read full article

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