Intentional action processing across the transition to crawling: Does the experience of self-locomotion impact infants' understanding of intentional actions?

Amanda Brandone, Wyntre Stout & Kelsey Moty
Motor developmental milestones in infancy, such as the transition to self-locomotion, have cascading implications for infants’ social and cognitive development. The current studies aimed to add to this literature by exploring whether and how crawling experience impacts a key social-cognitive milestone achieved in infancy: the development of intentional action understanding. Study 1 used a cross-sectional, age-held-constant design to examine whether locomotor (n = 36) and prelocomotor (n = 36) infants differ in their ability to...
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