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What develops in Memory Development? 2.  Strategies  3.  Metacognition  4.  Content knowledge 1. Association - e.g. light with food  2. Recognition - e.g. preference for novelty (habituation) 3. Recall - e.g. imitation Imitation    The infant learns by observing others.   By 18 months, infants are quite accomplished imitators. Experimenter does smtn. . baby repeats it… an hr later, the baby stil knows what  to do. . adult sticks tongue out, new born sticks tongue out. . lip pursing, baby lip purses. . Anisfeld, M. (1996). Only tongue protrusion modeling is matched by neonates.  Developmental  Review , 16,  149-161. Neonatal Imitation Debate: Susan S. Jones (1996) Tongue Protrusion in neonates is motivated by interest in visual display  and exploration, Not imitation. Infants produce tongue protrusion when their interest is aroused by any visual display Most infants find tongue protrusion interesting and arousing to watch   Infants move their tongues when they are interested because interesting  sights motivate exploratory behavior, and the only exploratory behavior infants  are capable of is tongue movement.
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Neonatal Imitation Debate: Susan S. Jones (1996) Just a form of exploration not imitation. . Same amnt of tongue pertrusions when shown a stop light.
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