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Children and adults were tested on 3 place learning tasks. Children under the age of 7 were inferior to older subjects in solving the tasks by using spatial relational solutions, but subjects of all ages were equally proficient in solving the task by using simple stimulus-reward associations (cued solutions). Accurate performance on the cued versions(More)
To investigate the ontogenesis of oddity learning, children (16 to 102 months of age) and adults were tested on two versions of the oddity task using non-verbal procedures originally developed for monkeys. On the standard, "one-part" or "simultaneous" oddity task (Experiment 1), young children (16 to 74 months of age) performed more poorly than older(More)
Virtual reality (VR) offers a great new perspective on what it can offer an individual. These new approaches can give an individual the immersion and cognitive guidance that they need to help overcome his or her disorder. VR differs from the traditional displays in computer graphics as these various displays are integrated to give the user a sense of(More)
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