Novelty Preference

Novelty Preference

The Novelty Preference refers to the fact that infants are more likely to pay attention to new objects or people than those they’ve seen before. There’s even an infant intelligence that is based on this concept and measures novelty preference. If an infant does not pay attention to a new or ‘novel’ object, there could be a problem that warrants further investigation.

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