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Relation of Infants' Memory and Expectation Formation: Evidence from Anticipatory Eye Movements and Pupil Diameter Changes
Theories have suggested that infants’ ability to form expectations and exhibiting anticipatory eye movements, highlight our memory’s function of providing a foundation upon which expectations for future events are formed. ...
Spatial Attention-Modulated Surround Suppression Across Development: A Psychophysical Study
Several studies have demonstrated that surrounding a given spatial location of attentional focus is a suppressive field (e.g., Hopf et al., 2006). Though several studies have provided psychophysical (e.g., Cutzu & Tsotsos, ...