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The foci of the problem-solving behavior are (a) the differentiation of rival narratives and (b) the establishment of narrative superiority on the basis of direct comparison and subsumption. The question remains as to how these structural characteristics can be implemented in therapy with children who differ in their narrative comprehension and representational abilities as outlined in the previous section. This question is addressed in the next section. THERAPEUTIC TASKS AND NARRATIVE CHANGE The three central tasks on which the therapist and child focus their problem solving are: (a) the differentiation of rival narratives; (b) the evaluation of one of the rival narratives as superior in terms of its co- 36 ROBERT L.
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These explanations thus imply that the child's performance can be improved by attuning the narrative to the capacity of the child's short-term memory or by increasing the child's domain-specific knowledge, which in this case includes narrative experience (see Ackerman, 1984). Empirical support has increasingly supported the latter explanations for cognitive development in the realm of narrative understanding in the developmental literature. On recall tasks, third graders remember fewer statements from a narrative than children in fifth grade or higher, but the same categories are most frequently recalled by all age groups (Goldman, 1985; Stein & Glenn, 1979).