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Developmental changes in imitation from television during infancy.
TLDR
There were age-related and task-related differences, however, in infants' ability to imitate the same actions modeled on television, and infants of all ages exhibited imitation when the actions were modeled live.
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'
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 the
Defining the boundary: age-related changes in childhood amnesia.
TLDR
It is concluded that the boundary and the density of Childhood amnesia may increase over the course of human development and that age-related changes in basic memory mechanisms make an important contribution to the authors' understanding of the source of childhood amnesia.
Memory retrieval by 18--30-month-olds: age-related changes in representational flexibility.
TLDR
One hallmark of memory development appears to be an age-related increase in the range of effective retrieval cues for a particular memory, particularly after a delay.
Imitation from television by 24- and 30-month-olds.
TLDR
Both 24- and 30-month-olds imitated actions that had been modeled on television; however, their performance was consistently inferior to that of infants of the same age who watched the demonstration live.
Risky business: executive function, personality, and reckless behavior during adolescence and emerging adulthood.
TLDR
It is found that risky personality and performance on the neuropsychological tests were both significant predictors of real-world risk-taking, and have important implications for current public policies involving adolescents and emerging adults.
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