Evaluation of Visuospatial Short-term and Working Memory from the First to Second Year of Life: A Novel Task.

Abstract:

:The prototypical tasks for assessing visuospatial memory in infancy are based on the search for a hidden object in two locations. Fewer studies include more locations, delayed responses nor changes in the object's position. Our aim was to assess the visuospatial short-term and working memory in 12, 15, 18 and 22-month-old children (N = 65). Assessment included our experimental task, a working memory task and a cognitive developmental scale. Short-term and working memory abilities increased markedly at 22 months compared to younger ages and the performance of the children in our experimental task is related to other tasks previously used.

journal_name

Dev Neuropsychol

authors

Fernandez-Baizan C,Prieto MA,Martinez JA,Arias JL,Mendez M

doi

10.1080/87565641.2020.1869744

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2021-01-01 00:00:00

pages

16-32

issue

1

eissn

8756-5641

issn

1532-6942

journal_volume

46

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