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    1. Courage, ML; Howe, ML
      Long-term retention in 3.5-month-olds: Familiarization time and individualdifferences in attentional style

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    2. Rose, SA; Feldman, JF; Jankowski, JJ
      Attention and recognition memory in the 1st year of life: A longitudinal study of preterm and full-term infants

      DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    3. Colombo, J; Richman, WA; Shaddy, DJ; Greenhoot, AF; Maikranz, JM
      Heart rate-defined phases of attention, look duration, and infant performance in the paired-comparison paradigm

      CHILD DEVELOPMENT
    4. Jankowski, JJ; Rose, SA; Feldman, JE
      Modifying the distribution of attention in infants

      CHILD DEVELOPMENT
    5. Johnson, SP; Johnson, KL
      Early perception-action coupling: Eye movements and the development of object perception

      INFANT BEHAVIOR & DEVELOPMENT
    6. Coldren, JT; Haaf, RA
      Asymmetries in infants' attention to the presence or absence of features

      JOURNAL OF GENETIC PSYCHOLOGY
    7. Johnson, SP; Bremner, JG; Slater, AM; Mason, UC
      The role of good form in young infants' perception of partly occluded objects

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    8. Rose, SA; Futterweit, LR; Jankowski, JJ
      The relation of affect to attention and learning in infancy

      CHILD DEVELOPMENT
    9. STOECKER JJ; COLOMBO J
      LONG-LOOKING AND SHORT-LOOKING INFANTS RECOGNITION OF SYMMETRICAL ANDASYMMETRICAL FORMS

      Journal of experimental child psychology (Print)
    10. ORLIAN EK; ROSE SA
      SPEED VS. THOROUGHNESS IN INFANT VISUAL INFORMATION-PROCESSING

      Infant behavior & development
    11. SIGMAN M; COHEN SE; BECKWITH L
      WHY DOES INFANT ATTENTION PREDICT ADOLESCENT INTELLIGENCE

      Infant behavior & development


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