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This paradigm is designed to enable the testing of infant's long-term memory and the perceptual information encoded in those traces. To this end, the infant's foot is attached with a ribbon to an overhead crib mobile that displays particular perceptual information. As the infant kicks, the mobile moves, and the infant learns that his/her kicking […]
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