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Forming a stable memory representation in the first year of life: Why imitation is more than child's play.
Although 9-month-old infants are capable of retaining temporally ordered information over long delays, this ability is relatively fragile. It may be possible to facilitate long-term retention by allowing infants to imitate ...
Mechanisms of change: Exploring not only when and what, but how declaritive memory develops.
Age-related changes in representational flexibility are a characteristic feature of declarative memory development. The authors suggest that a qualitative shift in the nature of infants’ memory representations accounts ...
Overlapping numerical cognition impairments in Chromosome 22q11.2 Deletion and Turner Syndromes.
Children with one of two genetic disorders (chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome and Turner syndrome) as well typically developing controls, participated in three cognitive processing experiments. Two experiments were ...