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Schlesinger (2003, Adaptive Behavior, 11: 97-107 ) recently proposed a model of eye movements as a tool for investigating infants' visual expectations. In the present study, this gazedirection model was evaluated by: (a) generating a set of predictions concerning how infants distribute their attention during possible and impossible events; and (b) testing these predictions in a replication of Baillargeon's 'car study' (Baillargeon, 1986 , Cognition, 23: 21-41, Baillargeon and DeVos, Childdoi:10.1080/09540090310001655093 fatcat:xbqhloh6hbfn3mlpjbl7hjvtzu