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Using deferred imitation to understand the process of change in infant memory development

Journal Article


Abstract


  • In their commentaries, Carver, Richmond and DeBoer pose several challenging and insightful questions in response to our target article. Two key themes emerged from their commentaries, which are important in the field of infant memory research. The first concerns the use of deferred imitation as a paradigm, and its relationship to other methods of assessing infant cognition. The second concerns understanding the process of change observed in infant memory. How do maturation and experience interact to produce developmental change, and what theories can best account for changes in representational flexibility in early infancy? We will address each area and the implications these questions have for the direction of future research. Copyright © 2006 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Publication Date


  • 2006

Citation


  • Jones, E. J. H., & Herbert, J. S. (2006). Using deferred imitation to understand the process of change in infant memory development. Infant and Child Development, 15(2), 215-218. doi:10.1002/icd.439

Scopus Eid


  • 2-s2.0-33646535686

Start Page


  • 215

End Page


  • 218

Volume


  • 15

Issue


  • 2

Abstract


  • In their commentaries, Carver, Richmond and DeBoer pose several challenging and insightful questions in response to our target article. Two key themes emerged from their commentaries, which are important in the field of infant memory research. The first concerns the use of deferred imitation as a paradigm, and its relationship to other methods of assessing infant cognition. The second concerns understanding the process of change observed in infant memory. How do maturation and experience interact to produce developmental change, and what theories can best account for changes in representational flexibility in early infancy? We will address each area and the implications these questions have for the direction of future research. Copyright © 2006 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Publication Date


  • 2006

Citation


  • Jones, E. J. H., & Herbert, J. S. (2006). Using deferred imitation to understand the process of change in infant memory development. Infant and Child Development, 15(2), 215-218. doi:10.1002/icd.439

Scopus Eid


  • 2-s2.0-33646535686

Start Page


  • 215

End Page


  • 218

Volume


  • 15

Issue


  • 2