Infants' sensitivity to arbitrary object-odor pairings
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The ability of 4-month-old infants to learn the arbitrary relationship between an object and a distinctive odor was assessed. Infants were familiarized with two objects while one of them was paired with a cherry odor. Results indicated that only female subjects showed evidence of matching. They increased their looking to the target object in the presence of the odor but not in the absence of the odor, relative to baseline levels. © 1994.
Fernandez, Mercedes and Bahrick, Lorraine E., "Infants' sensitivity to arbitrary object-odor pairings" (1994). Department of Psychology. 92.