Associative binding in early childhood: Evidence from a preferential looking paradigm.

@article{Johnson2019AssociativeBI,
  title={Associative binding in early childhood: Evidence from a preferential looking paradigm.},
  author={Elliott G Johnson and Sarah Leckey and Kelsey Davinson and Simona Ghetti},
  journal={Developmental psychobiology},
  year={2019}
}
Relational memory processes are responsible for forming representations that bind together the co-occurring elements of an experience. These processes provide a foundation of episodic memory, the capacity to remember specific events about one's past. In the present research, we used a visual comparison paradigm to determine whether toddlers can form memories for the relation between co-occurring items. In Experiment 1, 66 2-year-olds viewed pairs of cartoon faces (AB; CD) and did not show a… CONTINUE READING

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