Hanna Popick

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Although number words are common in everyday speech, for most children, learning these words is an arduous, drawn out process. Here we present a formal, computational analysis of number learning that suggests that the unhelpful structure of the linguistic input available to children may be a large contributor to this delay, and that manipulating this(More)
In searching for hidden objects, infants younger than 12 months frequently commit the classic " A-not-B error, " in which they successfully search for an object in one location (A) and then fail to search for it when it is conspicuously hidden in a new location (B). The question is why they fail to make the switch and perseverate at the first location.(More)
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