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2. Method and Analytic Strategy.
3. Children Tested on Four-Step Event Sequences.
4. Children Tested on Three-Step Event Sequences.
5. Sixteen-Month-Olds Tested on Four-Step Event Sequences Compared with 16-Month-Olds Tested on Three-Step Event Sequences.
6. Predictions of Long-Term Mnemonic Performance.
7. Summary and Interpretation of Major Findings.
8. Implications of the Findings and Conclusions.
Appendix A: Event Sequences Used.
Appendix B: Potential Effects on Childrens' Performance of Features of the Research Design.
Appendix C: Potential Effects on Children's Performance of Child Language and Gender.
Commentary: Historical and Future Trends in Studying the Development of Long-Term Retention: Mark L. Howe.
Statement of Editorial Policy.