Video and Multimedia
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This segment explains why as adults we are unable to recall memories from our earliest days.
This interview with developmental psychologist Alison Gopnik suggests babies may be a lot smarter than we thought.
This segment describes the potential negative consequences for infants who spend too much time in front of electronic media.
This video shows a 9-month-old passing the test of object permanence, but failing the A-not-B test.
This video shows a newborn imitation the facial movements of an adult.
This video explains how researchers have been able to test the duration of infant memory.
In this video Noam Chomsky explains his theory on how children learn language.
This video discusses the difference between critical periods and sensitive periods in development.