Action–effect anticipation in infant action control

  title={Action–effect anticipation in infant action control},
  author={Petra Hauf and Gisa Aschersleben},
  journal={Psychological Research},
  pages={203 - 210}
There is increasing evidence that action effects play a crucial role in action understanding and action control not only in adults but also in infants. Most of the research in infants focused on the learning of action-effect contingencies or how action effects help infants to infer goals in other persons' actions. In contrast, the present research aimed at demonstrating that infants control their own actions by action-effect anticipation once they know about specific action-effect relations… CONTINUE READING
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