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ERIC Number: EJ180756
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1978
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Spatial Errors Made by Infants: Inadequate Spatial Cues or Evidence of Egocentrism?
Bremner, J. Gavin
British Journal of Psychology, 69 pt1, 77-84, Feb 78
Tests the egocentric hypothesis, i.e., if it can be shown that, given spatial cues, an infant searches at a position bearing an invariant relation to these cues, but with a varying egocentric position, then there would be strong evidence that his organization of space is not necessarily egocentric. (Author/RK)
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