My research topic is development of childhood memory. However as adults we don’t remember too much our childhood, it’s clear that memory works already in the first years of life. Otherwise how would it be possible to learn so much as children learn at the beginning of their lives? Besides we suppose that the early form of memory works different from adult memory: e.g. sometimes children are better than adults (learning nursery rhymes and tales), sometimes they forget or confuse things. Because infants and preschoolers can not speak or not well, we investigate their memory skill during small plays.
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