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Unlike the physical paradigm that focuses on how to match the content of texts in these systems with a user's query, the cognitive approach is concerned with mapping texts onto the user's anomalous state of knowledge (ASK) or knowledge structures (Raber, 2003).
Likewise, Belkin's (1980) Anomalous State of Knowledge may be more keenly felt by young children since they have a significantly smaller stock of knowledge and experience on which to base a question that will satisfactorily relate their information need.
Emotional development as it relates to Erickson's (1963) psychomotor levels of development, Kuhlthau's (1993) Information Search Process, and Belkin's (1980) Anomalous State of Knowledge have been addressed earlier in this article.
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