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Electrophysiological indices of memory for temporal order in early childhood: Implications for the development of recollection
The ability to recall contextual details associated with an event begins to develop in the first year of life, yet adult levels of recall are not reached until early adolescence. Dual-process models of memory suggest that ...
Effects of Prenatal Drug Exposure on Adolescent Brain Activation During a Visuospatial Working Memory Task
Background: Previous research examining effects of prenatal drug exposure (PDE) has yielded mixed results regarding cognitive performance during school age years. Associations between PDE and tests of global functioning ...
A review of the effects of prenatal cocaine exposure among school-aged children
(American Academy of Pediatrics, 2010)
CONTEXT: Studies through 6 years have shown no long-term direct effects of prenatal cocaine exposure (PCE) on children’s physical growth, developmental test scores, or language outcomes. Little is known about the effects ...
Developmental differences in relations between parent-reported executive function and unitized and non-unitized memory representations during childhood
Previous research has documented an association between executive functioning (EF) and memory for bound details. However, it is unknown if this relation varies as a function of the type of bound information (i.e., unitized ...
Empathic responding and hippocampal volume in young children
(American Psychological Association, 2019-09)
Empathic responding—the capacity to understand, resonate with, and respond sensitively to others’ emotional experiences—is a complex human faculty that calls upon multiple social, emotional, and cognitive capacities and ...