From prioritizing objects to prioritizing cues: a developmental shift for cognitive control.

@article{Chevalier2018FromPO,
  title={From prioritizing objects to prioritizing cues: a developmental shift for cognitive control.},
  author={Nicolas R Chevalier and Bruno Dauvier and Agnes Blaye},
  journal={Developmental science},
  year={2018},
  volume={21 2}
}
Emerging cognitive control supports increasingly adaptive behaviors and predicts life success, while low cognitive control is a major risk factor during childhood. It is therefore essential to understand how it develops. The present study provides evidence for an age-related shift in the type of information that children prioritize in their environment, from objects that can be directly acted upon to cues signaling how to act. Specifically, gaze patterns recorded while 3- to 12-year-olds and… CONTINUE READING
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