Minimum duration of reactivation at 3 months of age.

@article{Joh2002MinimumDO,
  title={Minimum duration of reactivation at 3 months of age.},
  author={Atsuko Joh and Becky Sweeney and Carolyn Kent Rovee-Collier},
  journal={Developmental psychobiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={40 1},
  pages={
          23-32
        }
}
Briefly exposing subjects to an isolated component of an event after they have forgotten can reactivate their memory of it, leading to renewed retention on an ensuing test. In two experiments with forty-eight 3-month-old infants, we asked what minimum duration of a reactivation treatment could recover their forgotten memory of an operant mobile task and whether the minimum duration was affected by how long the memory was forgotten. In Experiment 1, the minimum duration for reactivating the… CONTINUE READING
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