Objective spatial coding by 6.5‐month‐old infants in a visual dishabituation task

@article{Kaufman1999ObjectiveSC,
  title={Objective spatial coding by 6.5‐month‐old infants in a visual dishabituation task},
  author={Jordy Kaufman and A. Needham},
  journal={Developmental Science},
  year={1999},
  volume={2},
  pages={432-441}
}
  • Jordy Kaufman, A. Needham
  • Published 1999
  • Psychology
  • Developmental Science
  • Forty 6.5-month-old infants were tested in a visual dishabituation variation of Bremner and Bryant’s reaching task used to evaluate the spatial representations of infants. In the visual dishabituation version of this task, infants were habituated to a display in which an object held a constant position at a corner of the table. Following habituation, the object was either moved to the opposite table-corner or nothing on the table was changed. Also, the infant either remained in her starting… CONTINUE READING
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