Study 1 was part of the first author's Ph.D. dissertation, submitted to Tufts University. We are grateful to Linda Acredolo for sharing her facilities at the University of California, Davis for portions of this data collection. Study 2 was part of the second author's master's thesis, submitted to Tufts University. We thank Erika Brent, Jenn Brown, Ann Marie Camuti, Jonathan Cohen, Lauren Cresci, Sarah Deeb, Nick Desai, Rachael Fuchs, Nora Joyce, Alex McCauley, Brie Moore, Michelle Nilsson, Janna Pahnke, Heather Ransom, Angie Rodday, and Maya Rodriquez for their help in testing infants and scoring data tapes. We also extend our gratitude to the participant families. Finally, we acknowledge Stephen Want for reviewing the original manuscript and suggesting the intermediate role of imitation discussed in this article.
Doing the Right Thing: Infants' Selection of Actions to Imitate From Observed Event Sequences
Article first published online: 16 MAY 2007
Volume 78, Issue 3, pages 806–824, May/June 2007
How to Cite
Brugger, A., Lariviere, L. A., Mumme, D. L. and Bushnell, E. W. (2007), Doing the Right Thing: Infants' Selection of Actions to Imitate From Observed Event Sequences. Child Development, 78: 806–824. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-8624.2007.01034.x
- Issue published online: 1 JUN 2007
- Article first published online: 16 MAY 2007
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