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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Object_permanence

There is not yet scientific consensus on when the understanding of object permanence emerges in human development. Jean Piaget, the Swiss psychologist who first studied object permanence in infants, argued that object permanence is one of an infant's most important accomplishments, as, without this concept, objects ...

wehavekids.com/parenting/The-Six-Stages-of-Object-Permanence

Mar 5, 2017 ... Simply put, this is the idea that when an object is out of sight, the person realizes that it still exists. As logical as it may seem, infants do not exhibit this skill early on in life. The field of development psychology explores object permanence along with other social and mental development milestones of infant ...

www.whattoexpect.com/first-year/month-by-month/your-child-month-5.aspx

These days, your 5-month-old baby will love putting the "boo!" in peekaboo! Hide -and-seek games start to become giggle-producing favorites as your baby begins to grasp the concept of object permanence, which is a fancy way of saying that he's starting to understand that things exist even when they're out of sight.

veipd.org/earlyintervention/2013/03/21/peek-a-boo-strategies-to-teach-object-permanence

Mar 21, 2013 ... It all depends on whether or not she has developed object permanence. Object permanence typically starts to develop between 4-7 months of age and involves a baby's understanding that when things disappear, they aren't gone forever. Before the baby understands this concept, things that leave his view ...

www.simplypsychology.org/sensorimotor.html

Infancy is characterized by extreme egocentrism, where the child has no understanding of the world other than their own current point of view. The main development during this stage is the understanding that objects exist and events occur in the world independently of one's own actions ('the object concept', or ' object ...

www.positive-parenting-ally.com/object-permanence.html

Deep insights into Jean Piaget's description of object permanence along with an outline & a modern critique of his cognitive baby brain development stages.

blog.intellidance.ca/blog/8-10-2011/out-sight-out-mind-development-object-permanence

Liesa will be the co-author of our book "Baby Brain Play" which we hope to have available for sale next Spring! Thank you, Liesa, for bringing your expertise and writing to Intellidance!*****We've all heard the expression, “Out of sight, out of mind”, but what does it really mean? As adults, when an object is “out of sight”, we ...

study.com/academy/lesson/cognitive-development-in-infants-object-permanence-sensorimotor-periods.html

There is no time like infancy - it is the first exposure people have to the world. According to Jean Piaget, there are six stages infants go...

m.kidshealth.org/en/parents/sep-anxiety.html

Parents probably feel more anxiety about being separated than infants do! As long as their needs are being met, most babies younger than 6 months adjust easily to other people. Between 4-7 months of age, babies develop a sense of " object permanence." They're realizing that things and people exist even when they're ...