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Infants were exposed on spatially alternating (left-right) sequence of events. Infants' long-term memory was tested 24
 

Summary: Infants were exposed on spatially alternating (left-right)
sequence of events. Infants' long-term memory was tested 24
hours later.
In the infants were tested with the
same content and spatial parameters as
nfants were tested with
different invariant content in the same spatial location as .
Day 1
Day 1
Day 1
No Change Condition,
.
In the iColor Change Condition
This work supported by Natural Science and Engineering Research Council grants 503860 and 506430 to Scott A. Adler.
Long-Term Memory and Visual Expectations in Infancy
Pamela Gallego, Sapna Ramanan, & Scott A. Adler,
Dept of Psychology and Centre for Vision Research, York University, Toronto, Canada
2. General Methods
Sample Trial Sequence
Time

  

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

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine