Children's symbolic understanding derives from four sources of pictorial information (picture, artist, world, and beholder). How and when do they grasp and use each of these cues to accurately interpret pictures?
1. Is appearance or intention more important to children when identifying pictures?
2. Are children influenced by contextual information such as artist knowledge when prioritizing pictorial cues?
3. How closely related do children perceive an artist and their picture to be?
4. Does children's picture interpretation differ according to picture type?
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