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During the past half-century, the experimental use of looking measures have led to many new discoveries about the origins of cognition. Across the first year, infants' looking changes in predictable ways, they form memories more quickly, and they begin to discriminate between subtly different stimuli. However, a rich understanding of the link between looking and cognitive dynamics has yet to be achieved. This was the overarching goal of this thesis. predictive of infants' discriminationdoi:10.17077/etd.s3lvqzhm fatcat:7euh6n76zvgdjcqxzyj432vs4u