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Development of the Concept of Object Permanence in Infancy
Korean J Child Stud. 1981;2:1-16.

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Piaget, the object concept, and the permanence of objects: A continuing search
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A unified computational model of the development of object unity, object permanence, and occluded object trajectory perception
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Connectionist insights into the development of object permanence
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Development of the object permanence concept in cleft lip and palate and noncleft lip and palate infants
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Modelling the Stages of the Identity Theory of Object-Concept Development in Infancy
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