Can children remember what you say although it is not directed to them?

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Abstract Can children remember what you say although it is not directed to them? Children show better retention and generalization of novel objects when objects are presented spaced out in time and tested after a delay. However, retention and generalization have only been examined in direct conversations. It has been found that less than 25% of the time a child interacts with a caregiver is in dir...

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