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Timing matters: the impact of label synchrony on infant categorisation

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The impact of labelling on infant visual categorisation has yielded contradictory outcomes. Some findings indicate a beneficial role while others point to interference effects in the presence of labels. The locus of these divergent outcomes is largely unclear. We explore the hypothesis that the timing of the label is of crucial importance, proposing that synchronous presentation of words and objects induces a higher processing load than asynchronous presentation (image onset before labelling)...

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10.1016/j.cognition.2015.02.004

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Oxford, MSD, Experimental Psychology
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Cognition Journal website
Volume:
139
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1-9
Publication date:
2015-03-14
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2015-02-15
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0010-0277 and 1873-7838
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pubs:512801
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uri:8a97c6b1-5a52-4cc0-b0ad-a140a9c7453f
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