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Specialization of Neural Mechanisms Underlying Face Recognition in Human Infants
Newborn infants respond preferentially to simple face-like patterns, raising the possibility that the face-specific regions identified in the adult cortex are functioning from birth. We sought toExpand
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Cortical specialisation for face processing: face-sensitive event-related potential components in 3- and 12-month-old infants
The adult N170 is considered to be an electrophysiological marker of specialised mechanisms for face processing, but little is known about its developmental origin. Expand
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Is high-spatial frequency information used in the early stages of face detection?
The present study examined the role of high-spatial frequency information in early face processing, as indexed by the N170 face-sensitive ERP component. Expand
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Neural Bases of Cognitive Development
This chapter reviews what is known about the neural bases of cognitive development and is divided into nine sections. We begin with a discussion of why psychologists should be interested inExpand
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Long-Term Recognition Memory for Faces Assessed by Visual Paired Comparison in 3- and 6-Month-Old Infants
It has been argued that operant conditioning is the only type of long-term memory present in infants prior to 6 months of age. In this study, memory for faces was investigated in 3- and 6-month-oldExpand
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Recognition Memory and Novelty Preference: What Model?
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Explicit memory in low‐risk infants aged 19 months born between 27 and 42 weeks of gestation
The aim of this study was to determine whether there are primary effects of prematurity on the development of explicit memory. Elicited imitation of action sequences was used to compare immediate andExpand
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Handbook of Developmental Social Neuroscience
Part 1. Introduction. M. de Haan, M.R. Gunnar, The Brain in a Social Environment: Why Study Development? Part 2. Methodological and Biological Background. M.R. Gunnar, M. de Haan, Methods in SocialExpand
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Functional brain network organisation of children between 2 and 5years derived from reconstructed activity of cortical sources of high-density EEG recordings
There is increasing interest in applying connectivity analysis to brain measures (Rubinov and Sporns, 2010), but most studies have relied on fMRI, which substantially limits the participant groupsExpand
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