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Infant Cognition

Infant Cognition
Predicting Later Intellectual Functioning

Volume: 5
Other Titles in:
Child Development

176 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
The historical and procedural contexts of four measures of infant attention and learning - measures that have proved the most promising in predicting later childhood intellectual performance - are explored in this volume.

Incorporating the latest research literature on individual differences in the preverbal infant, the author examines the psychometric properties for the measures, their concurrent relations with other measures of early cognition and development, and evidence of their predictive ability.

Infant Intelligence Tests
Past and Prologue

Individual Differences in Infant Visual Attention
Selective Looking in Infants

Individual Differences in Infant Learning and Memory
Summary and Conclusions

John Colombo

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