Reactivation of toddlers' event memory.

@article{Sheffield1994ReactivationOT,
  title={Reactivation of toddlers' event memory.},
  author={Ellyn G Sheffield and Judith A Hudson},
  journal={Memory},
  year={1994},
  volume={2 4},
  pages={447-65}
}
Toddlers of 14 and 18 months learned to produce target actions for six activities, were allowed to forget their training, and were reminded of the activities 8 or 10 weeks later, depending on their age. Reminders were administered in a memory-reactivation paradigm in which toddlers were shown the target actions of three of the six activities but were not allowed to imitate the modelled actions. Toddlers were tested for their recall of all six activities 24 hours after the reactivation treatment… CONTINUE READING

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