Cognitive and Instructional Processes in History and the Social Sciences

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Office of Educational Research and Improvement of the United States Department of Education and the Mellon Foundation. The contribution of the second author was made possible by a grant from the DGCYT of Spain (PB-91-0028-CO3-03) and a scholarship from the Spanish Ministry of Education.


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