Memory for contingent versus noncontingent events Thesis

thesis or dissertation chair

fiu authors

  • Cigales, Maricel

abstract

  • Twenty-four 7.5- to 8-month old infants were presented with two manipulanda and given either behavior-contingent or noncontingent experience with an object. Infants in the contingent group learned and remembered the controlling action for up to 1 week (t(11)=2.83, p

publication date

  • September 2, 1994

keywords

  • Memory
  • Memory in infants
  • Testing

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