Joint Attention and Object Learning in 5-and 7-Month-Old Infants

  title={Joint Attention and Object Learning in 5-and 7-Month-Old Infants},
  author={Allison Clevelanda and Mariah Schuga and Tricia Strianoa},
  • Allison Clevelanda, Mariah Schuga, Tricia Strianoa
  • Published 2007
Allison Cleveland*, Mariah Schug and Tricia Striano a Neurocognition and Development Group, University of Leipzig Center for Advanced Studies, Otto-Schill Strasse 1, 04109 Leipzig, Germany b Neurocognition and Development Group, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany c Department of Pediatrics and Kennedy Center for Research on Human Development, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, USA 

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