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Cross-modality correspondences are not an innate aspect of perception: synaesthesia emerges late in infancy
Is Infant Learning of Non-Adjacent Sequential Relations a Domain-General Ability and When Does It Emerge?
Look at my mouth when I’m talking: developmental shift in infant attention away from the eyes to the mouth of a talking face
Mouth Motion and Growing Interest in Speech Drives the Developmental Shift in Infant Attention to the Mouth of a Talking Face
The effect of face-voice synchrony on infant allocation of visual attention
The role of voice and motion in the developmental shift in infant attention to the mouth of a talking face