Dissociation between features and feature relations in infant memory: effects of memory load.

Abstract

Four experiments examined the effects of the number of features and feature relations on learning and long-term memory in infants. Three-month-olds learned to activate a mobile composed of either two or three kinds of blocks that differed in color, the figures displayed on them, and the figures' colors. Twenty-four hours later, infants trained with two… (More)

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