Walking and Talking

Kelsey Louise West & Karen Adolph
Developmental researchers typically focus on only one domain of expertise. However, children’s development typically does not adhere to researchers’ siloed expertise. Instead, multiple psychological domains develop simultaneously and changes in one domain can cascade into developmental changes in domains far afield from the original accomplishment. This experiment focuses on the developmental relations between walking and talking. Learning to walk allows infants to explore the environment in new ways. Compared with crawling, walking infants go more...
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