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Defining the Role Of Language in Infants' Object Categorization with Eye-tracking Paradigms

DOI :

10.3791/59291-v

February 8th, 2019

February 8th, 2019

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1Department of Psychology, Northwestern University, 2Institute for Policy Research, Northwestern University

Here we present a protocol for familiarization-test paradigms which provide a direct test of infant categorization and help to define the role of language in early category learning.

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Keywords Object Categorization

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