Towards a What-and-Where Model of Infants’ Object Representations


We propose that the capacity for infants to form mental representations of hidden or occluded objects can be decomposed into two tasks: one process that identifies salient objects, and a second complementary process that identifies salient locations. This approach is inspired by the distinction between dorsal and ventral extrastriate visual processing in… (More)


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