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1. The proportions of children answering "no" to the "make sense" question and "yes" to the "didn't expect" question in each grade as a function of the number of statements that were inconsistent with the action in a story. Figure 1 shows the same pattern of answers to the two questions for each grade level. " question did increase substan tially. When there are two statements inconsistent with the action, the answers to the two questions converged at high levels. These data support a general model of comprehension which assumes that the search for meaning involves both the finding of consistency and the resolution of inconsistency, when possible.