Form categorization in 10-month-olds.

  title={Form categorization in 10-month-olds.},
  author={John Colombo and K McCollam and Jeffrey T. Coldren and Douglas W. Mitchell and S J Rash},
  journal={Journal of experimental child psychology},
  volume={49 2},
In five experiments, 10-month-olds were habituated to exemplars of a form category and tested for categorization in paired-comparison trials involving in-category versus out-of-category stimuli. Across these experiments, color was systematically manipulated during habituation and/or test trials. Infants categorized form when color was either held constant or varied during habituation, but failed to categorize form when exposed to color-constant stimuli during habituation and tested for… CONTINUE READING