Infants in Control: Rapid Anticipation of Action Outcomes in a Gaze-Contingent Paradigm

@inproceedings{Wang2012InfantsIC,
  title={Infants in Control: Rapid Anticipation of Action Outcomes in a Gaze-Contingent Paradigm},
  author={Quan Wang and Jantina Bolhuis and Constantin A. Rothkopf and Thorsten Kolling and Monika Knopf and Jochen Triesch},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
Infants' poor motor abilities limit their interaction with their environment and render studying infant cognition notoriously difficult. Exceptions are eye movements, which reach high accuracy early, but generally do not allow manipulation of the physical environment. In this study, real-time eye tracking is used to put 6- and 8-month-old infants in direct control of their visual surroundings to study the fundamental problem of discovery of agency, i.e. the ability to infer that certain sensory… CONTINUE READING
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