Can neural activities during the traditional Piagetian AB search task explain infants’ perseverative search error? Preliminary results


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Since the infant perseverative error (AB error) was first reported by Piaget in 1954, these findings have been well replicated. Yet there is no general agreement on why the error occurs and what aspect of infants’ cognition AB error reflects. Since looking and reaching measures have yielded mixed evidence of infant ability, neurological measures indexing online cognitive processes may shed light o...


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