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Perceptuomotor compatibility in pursuit tracking of two-dimensional movements.
In a previous article, we reported an investigation of visuomanual pursuit tracking of unpredictable two-dimensional targets. This article extends the study to the tracking of predictable stimuli. InExpand
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Conservation of weight in infants
Abstract Conversation of weight can be defined as the ability to affirm that the weight of an object remains invariant during the transformations of the form of the object. It is known to be achievedExpand
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The influence of syllabic structure in handwriting and typing production
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Syllables are currently assumed to correspond to relevant units both in oral comprehension and in oral production. Expand
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Contribution of the priming paradigm to the understanding of the conceptual developmental shift from 5 to 9 years of age.
We conducted three experiments to study the role of instrumental (e.g. knife-bread) and categorical (e.g. cake-bread) relations in the development of conceptual organization with a priming paradigm,Expand
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Development of Face Perception
This paper examines the development of face perception mainly in infancy and analyzes to what extent it does reveal a specific process. For that reason data drawn from object perception as well asExpand
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Visuo-Manual Pursuit Tracking of Human Two-Dimensional Movements
We investigated visuo-manual pursuit tracking in 10 adult subjects. The main features of the experiments were as follows: (a) The targets to be pursued were planar trajectories. (b) Targets wereExpand
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Effects of lexicality and trigram frequency on handwriting production in children and adults.
Recent studies of handwriting have shown that linguistic variables, such as phonology or lexicality, influence various aspects of the production of letter sequences. Following a previous experiment,Expand
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The influence of action perception on object recognition: a developmental study.
Two experiments explored the existence and the development of relations between action representations and object representations. A priming paradigm was used in which participants viewed an actionExpand
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Sequential pointing in children and adults.
The development of visuomotor control in sequential pointing was investigated in 6- to 10-year-old children and in adults. In 3 experiments we manipulated task difficulty by changing the number, theExpand
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