The role of target distinctiveness in infant perseverative reaching.

Abstract

From a dynamic systems perspective, perseverative errors in infancy arise from the interaction of the perceptual cues with the memory of previous actions. To evaluate this account, we tested 9-month-old infants in a task in which they reached for two targets. Experimenters repeatedly cued the first target, which always matched the background (A), and then… (More)

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@article{Diedrich2001TheRO, title={The role of target distinctiveness in infant perseverative reaching.}, author={Frederick Diedrich and T M Highlands and K A Spahr and E. E. Thelen and L. B. Smith}, journal={Journal of experimental child psychology}, year={2001}, volume={78 3}, pages={263-90} }