I am not a psychologist, but a mathematician, so I am quite profane in the area.

I am looking for studies about dichotomous thinking in the childhood (in my case, 8-16 years old), and if certain types of dichotomy are easier than others for them.

Specifically, if children have less difficulties understanding something in terms of good/evil than other ones like positive/negative or black/white, for example.

Thank you very much,



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