Washington: Researchers have for the first time peered inside the brain with optical neuroimaging to quantify how much 3 and 4-year-old children are grasping when they survey what`s around them and to learn what areas of the brain are in play.The study by psychologists at the University of Iowa looks at "visual working memory," a core cognitive function in which we stitch together what we see at any given point in time to help focus attention.
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