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|Title alternative ||:||A Study of Early Development of Human Memory : Procedural Memory and Attachment|
|Authors ||:||橋本, 圭子|
|Issue Date ||:||25-Feb-2015 |
|Journal Title ||:||新潟工科大学研究紀要|
|Start Page ||:||107|
|End Page ||:||120|
|Abstract ||:||This article discusses the early development of human memory. Pre-verbal infant’s ability to recall the past has been demonstrated in the last quarter of the century. Although infants are mnemonically competent, early memory lacks flexibility and is constrained by original context. Also in infancy and early childhood, memory traces are vulnerable. Recently, from the point of view of evolution, researchers come to think that infant’s memory is adaptive. The author of this article points out that early infant’s
memory is procedural. That is, infants have a memory of behavioral and cognitive processes that is formed in sociocultural context. Typically they acquire procedural knowledge of routines of everyday life through repetitive experiences with their specific caregivers. Furthermore, in the region of child psychiatry, some theorists come to see attachment relationships as procedural memories. From the perspective of cognitive psychology, this paper reviews the significance of explaining the conception of attachment that is closely related to affective development and adaptation.|
|Type Local ||:||Departmental Bulletin Paper|
|Appears in Collections||:||01 新潟工科大学研究紀要 = Bulletin of Niigata Institute of Technology|
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