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Developmental changes in deferred imitation by 6- to 24-month-old infants
Developmental changes in imitation were examined in three experiments with 6- to 24-month-old infants. In all experiments, infants in the demonstration condition observed an experimenter performExpand
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Infant memory development: Im-plications for childhood amnesia
When asked to recall their earliest personal memories, most children and adults have virtually no recollection of their infancy or early childhood. This phenomenon is commonly referred to asExpand
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Asked and Answered: Questioning Children in the Courtroom
In the present experiment, we analysed court transcripts in which children aged 5 to 13 years provided the key evidence in sexual abuse trials. We developed two separate coding schemes for lawyers'Expand
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Developmental changes in imitation from television during infancy.
Infants' (N = 276) ability to learn from television under seminaturalistic conditions was examined in five experiments with 12-, 15-, and 18-month-olds. In all experiments, an adult performed aExpand
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The effect of drawing on memory performance in young children.
In Experiment 1, 32 5- to 6-year-old boys and girls participated in a unique event and were interviewed about that event I day later. Half of the children were asked to draw what happened during theExpand
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Memory retrieval by 18--30-month-olds: age-related changes in representational flexibility.
Deferred imitation was used to trace changes in memory retrieval by 18-30-month-olds. In all experiments, an adult demonstrated 2 sets of actions using 2 different sets of stimuli. In Experiments 1AExpand
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Imitation from television by 24- and 30-month-olds.
Infants' imitation of complex actions was examined in three experiments with 24- and 30-month-olds. In all experiments, an adult modeled a series of actions with novel stimuli and the infant'sExpand
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Maternal exposure to first-trimester sunshine is associated with increased birth weight in human infants.
Two alternative hypotheses have been generated to account for seasonal variation in the birth weight of human infants born in industrialized countries. First, it has been hypothesized that lowExpand
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Defining the boundary: age-related changes in childhood amnesia.
Childhood amnesia refers to the inability of adults to recall events that occurred during their infancy and early childhood. Although it is generally assumed that children and adolescents alsoExpand
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