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Precursors of logical reasoning in preverbal human infants

Nicoló Cesana-Arlotti, Ana Martín, Ernő Téglás, Liza Vorobyova, Ryszard Cetnarski, Luca L. Bonatti

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  • Materials and Methods
  • Figs. S1 to S6
  • Table S1
  • Captions for Movies S1 to S9
  • References

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Movie S1
Example of a movie from Experiment 1 (19-month-olds). Inference condition, cup content revealed, consistent outcome.
Movie S2
Example of a movie from Experiment 1 (19-month-olds). Inference condition, cup content revealed, inconsistent outcome.
Movie S3
Example of a movie from Experiment 4 (12-month-olds). Inference condition, cup content not revealed, consistent outcome.
Movie S4
Example of a movie from Experiment 4 (12-month-olds). Inference condition, cup content not revealed, inconsistent outcome.
Movie S5
Example of a movie from Experiment 6 (12-month-olds). No inference condition, cup content not revealed, consistent outcome.
Movie S6
Example of a movie from Experiment 6 (12-month-olds). No inference condition, cup content not revealed, inconsistent outcome.
Movie S7
Example of a movie from Experiment 7 (adults). Inference condition, cup content not revealed, wrong outcome.
Movie S8
Example of a movie from Experiment 7 (adults). No inference condition type 1, cup content not revealed, right outcome.
Movie S9
Example of a movie from Experiment 7 (adults). No inference condition type 2, cup content not revealed, right outcome.
 
Correction (21 September 2018):
  • (i) The details of the procedure for the temporal analysis of the potential deduction phase have been better specified to include all of the reported analyses (p. 13, last paragraph, and p. 14, first paragraph).
  • (ii) t tests of the differences between conditions, computed on the average values across the potential deduction phase, have been reported for all relevant dependent variables (pp. 14-15, passim).
  • (iii) Cluster mass tests of the differences between conditions have been correctly reported, along with the results of the Guthrie-Buchwald analysis (pp. 14-15, passim; p. 20, third paragraph; and p. 21, last paragraph).
  • (iv) Figures S5, E and F, and S6D have been updated to report both the potential windows of effect identified by the cluster mass test and the windows of effect identified by the Guthrie-Buchwald analysis. The corresponding figure legends have also been updated accordingly (pp. 29-32).
  • (v) A new figure (fig. S7) has been added. This figure is identical to Fig. 3 in the main paper, except that panels B to D report both the potential windows of effect identified by the cluster mass test and the windows of effect identified by the Guthrie-Buchwald analysis.
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