Does the understanding of complex dynamic events at 10 months predict vocabulary development?

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ABSTRACT By the end of their first year, infants are able to interpret many different types of complex dynamic visual events, such as caused-motion, chasing, and goal-directed action. The present work examined whether there are meaningful individual differences in infants' ability to represent dynamic causal events in visual scenes and whether these differences influence vocabulary development. As...

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