Scripts and Checkerboards : The Influence of Ordered Visual Information on Remembering Locations in InfancyInfant Behavior & Development (1997)
Five-month-old infants were trained to fixate 4 event locations, and memory for sequential locations was assessed following training. Results of two studies reveal that ordered visual information influences young infants' memory for sequential events.
- Ordered Visual Information,
- Remembering Locations,
Publication DateOctober 1, 1997
Citation InformationP. Hull Smith, Tim W. Loboschefski, Brenda K. Davidson and Wallace E. Dixon. "Scripts and Checkerboards : The Influence of Ordered Visual Information on Remembering Locations in Infancy" Infant Behavior & Development Vol. 20 Iss. 4 (1997) p. 549 - 552 ISSN: 0163-6383
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