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Rate learing in infancy
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2016)
[ACCESS RESTRICTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI AT REQUEST OF AUTHOR.] There is a preponderance of nonhuman animal studies that suggest an evolutionary conserved ability to represent time, number, and rate. Infant cognition ...
Now you see it, now you don't : preschoolers' sensitivity to spatiotemporal continuity
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2010)
Previous research suggests that infants understand spatiotemporal continuity and are able to reason about continuity violations (Baillargeon, Spelke, & Wasserman, 1985; Wynn, 1992). Continuity can be violated in two ways--an ...
Six- and ten-month-old infants' intermodal representation of numerical ratios
([University of Missouri--Columbia], 2014)
[ACCESS RESTRICTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI AT AUTHOR'S REQUEST.] The abilities to represent and process quantity information exist across many animal species and are evident early in the life of individuals. Preverbal ...