Young children experience difficulty across a wide variety of situations that require them to suppress automatic responses. Verbal imitation, in contrast, is easy for children to suppress. This is all the more surprising because data from adult studies appear to be at odds with this observation. In two experiments, we investigated whether this surprising developmental finding with verbal imitation...
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