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Executive functioning demands of the object retrieval task for 8- month-old infants


, : Executive functioning demands of the object retrieval task for 8- month-old infants. Child Neuropsychology 14(6): 504-509

At 8 to 11 months of age, infants are more successful in negotiating opaque relative to transparent barriers. However, 7-month-old infants have more difficulty with opaque barriers relative to semitransparent barriers. Here, 8-month-old infants spent more time in ineffective direct reaches with more the transparent barriers (Experiments 1 & 2) and were faster with the fully opaque barrier (Experiment 2). This demonstration of the graded effects of transparency confirms the working memory and/or response inhibition demands of the object retrieval task.

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PMID: 18608230

DOI: 10.1080/09297040701770819


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