Rhythmic neural activity indicates the contribution of attention and memory to the processing of occluded movements in 10-month-old infants.

@article{Bache2015RhythmicNA,
  title={Rhythmic neural activity indicates the contribution of attention and memory to the processing of occluded movements in 10-month-old infants.},
  author={Cathleen Bache and Franziska Kopp and Anne Springer and Waltraud Stadler and Ulman Lindenberger and Markus Werkle-Bergner},
  journal={International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={98 2 Pt 1},
  pages={201-12}
}
Infants possess the remarkable capacity to perceive occluded movements as ongoing and coherent. Little is known about the neural mechanisms that enable internal representation of conspecifics' and inanimate objects' movements during visual occlusion. In this study, 10-month-old infants watched briefly occluded human and object movements. Prior to occlusion… CONTINUE READING