Flexibility in infant actions during arm- and leg-based learning in a mobile paradigm.

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To understand young infants' flexible changes of learned actions when abrupt environmental changes occur, we examined fifty-four 3-month-olds who performed a mobile task, in which they learned to move the mobile by a string attached to their arms or legs (arm-based or leg-based learning). We manipulated the order of tests-arm to leg (AL) and leg to arm (LA… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.infbeh.2008.10.003

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