Infants' tracking of objects and collections.

  title={Infants' tracking of objects and collections.},
  author={W C Chiang and Karen Wynn},
  volume={77 3},
Recent research suggests that infants' understanding of the physical world is more complex and adult-like than previously believed. One of the most impressive discoveries has been infants' ability to reason about medium-sized, material objects. They are able to individuate objects in a scene, and to enumerate and reason about them. This article reports a series of experiments investigating 8-month-old infants' ability to reason about collections of objects. Experiment 1 shows a sharp contrast… CONTINUE READING
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