Going beyond the specifics: generalization of single actions, but not temporal order, at 9 months.
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Infant behavior & development, ISSN: 1934-8800, Vol: 32, Issue: 3, Page: 331-5
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- Psychology; Psychiatry and Psychology
We examined generalization in 9-month-old infants after a 24-h delay using deferred imitation. Infants flexibly applied their knowledge of sequence actions across changes in props even though they had no opportunity for immediate imitation.