Retail, Consumer Goods and Lifestyle

There's a very good reason why children like to read the same story over and over again

Kids want repetition, but why? Image: REUTERS/Phil Noble

Elisabeth Duursma

Senior Lecturer in Early Childhood Literacy, University of Wollongong

Jane Herbert

Associate Professor in Developmental Psychology, University of Wollongong

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