The spatial coding strategies of one-year-old infants in a locomotor search task.

@article{Bushnell1995TheSC,
  title={The spatial coding strategies of one-year-old infants in a locomotor search task.},
  author={Emily W. Bushnell and Beryl E. McKenzie and D A Lawrence and Stephen Connell},
  journal={Child development},
  year={1995},
  volume={66 4},
  pages={937-58}
}
The ability of 1-year-old infants to remember the location of a nonvisible target was investigated in 3 experiments. Infants searched for a toy hidden in one of many possible locations within a circular bounded space. The presence, number, and spatial arrangement of local cues or "landmarks" within this space were varied. The results of Experiment 1 showed that search performance was highly successful when a landmark was coincident with the location of the toy ("direct"), but less successful… CONTINUE READING
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