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How Infants Decide When To Try

News   Jan 21, 2020 | Original story from Arizona State University

 
How Infants Decide When To Try

An infant pulls on a rope, trying to move the box across the table. Infants used their own experience and that of the experimenter when deciding whether and how much to try. Both types of experiences also influenced whether they asked for help or became frustrated. Credit: Image courtesy of the Toronto Early Cognition Lab.

 
 
 

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