Same items, different order: effects of temporal variability on infant categorization.

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How does variability between members of a category influence infants' category learning? We explore the impact of the order in which different items are sampled on category formation. Two groups of 10-months-olds were presented with a series of exemplars to be organized into a single category. In a low distance group, the order of presentation minimized the… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cognition.2011.02.008

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@article{Mather2011SameID, title={Same items, different order: effects of temporal variability on infant categorization.}, author={Emily Mather and Kim Plunkett}, journal={Cognition}, year={2011}, volume={119 3}, pages={438-47} }