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Transductive reasoning

Transductive reasoning refers to the errors in understanding cause-and-effect relationships that are commonly made by preoperational children.
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Transductive reasoning is reasoning from one particular fact or case to another similar fact or case. It is reasoning from the specific to the specific. In Deductive reasoning, one reasons from the general to the specific and in Inductive reasoning, one reasons from the specific to the general.
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