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1. INTRODUCTION 2. GENERAL METHODS
 

Summary: 1. INTRODUCTION
2. GENERAL METHODS
Sample Trial Sequence in Baseline Group
Invariant Color Trial (700 ms)
Varied Color Trial
(700 ms)
ISI (1000 ms)
Interstimulus Interval
(1000 ms)
Time
Results confirm that working memory is functioning at 3
months of age and that expectation formation is related to
its functioning. Expectation formation was particularly
sensitive to temporal decay, though a decrement in
performance was evidenced due to interference. Finally,
considering that expectations and working memory are
localized in the frontal cortex in adults, these results
suggest that the frontal cortex might be more functionally
mature than previously believed.
Infant-Stimuli Distance: 40 cm

  

Source: Adler, Scott A. - Centre for Vision Research & Department of Psychology, York University (Toronto)

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine