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Five-year-olds can show the self-reference advantage

Abstract:

The current study developed a new paradigm to determine the age at which children begin to show the self-reference advantage in memory. Four-, 5-, and 10-year-olds studied lists of colourful object pictures presented together with self or other face image, and participants were asked to report aloud "who is pointing at the (object)." Then incidental free recall was carried out, followed by source judgments based on the earlier test where participants had to distinguish who pointed to the obje...

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10.1080/01650250500172673

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Journal:
International Journal of Behavioral Development
Volume:
29
Issue:
5
Pages:
382-387
Publication date:
2005-09-05
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ISSN:
0165-0254
URN:
uuid:957a0b62-82f4-48a8-ae68-18a8413466b5
Source identifiers:
378920
Local pid:
pubs:378920
Language:
English

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