The Development of Implicit Memory From Infancy to Childhood: On Average Performance Levels and Interindividual Differences

Autor(en): Voehringer, Isabel A.
Kolling, Thorsten
Graf, Frauke
Poloczek, Sonja
Fassbender, Ina
Freitag, Claudia
Lamm, Bettina
Suhrke, Janina
Teiser, Johanna
Teubert, Manuel
Keller, Heidi
Lohaus, Arnold
Schwarzer, Gudrun
Knopf, Monika
Stichwörter: CHILDREN; COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE PERSPECTIVE; EXPLICIT MEMORY; MAXIMUM-LIKELIHOOD; MISSING DATA; NSO; ONTOGENY; Psychology; Psychology, Developmental; Psychology, Educational; VISUAL EXPECTATION PARADIGM
Erscheinungsdatum: 2018
Herausgeber: WILEY
Journal: CHILD DEVELOPMENT
Volumen: 89
Ausgabe: 2
Startseite: 370
Seitenende: 382
Zusammenfassung: 
The present multimethod longitudinal study aimed at investigating development and stability of implicit memory during infancy and early childhood. A total of 134 children were followed longitudinally from 3months to 3years of life assessing different age-appropriate measures of implicit memory. Results from structural equationmodeling give further evidence that implicit memory is stable from 9months of life on, with earlier performance predicting later performance. Second, it was found that implicit memory is present from early on, and no age-related improvements are found from 3months on. Results are discussed with respect to the basic brain structures implicit memory builds on, as well as methodological issues.
ISSN: 00093920
DOI: 10.1111/cdev.12749

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