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Infant Learning From Previous Observations
Psychology Posted by on Monday September 29, @11:51PM
from the what-would-piaget-say dept.
Valerie Kuhlmeier's recent research shows that infants can use previous observations to interpet their current environment. This article has the details of the study, which tracked infants eye movements during computer animations to monitor their anticipation of events.

"This finding shows not only that one-year-old infants are paying attention to the actions of others, but that they can focus on a behavior in one scene and use that information to interpret behavior in a different scene," said Valerie Kuhlmeier.

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