Question 1 of 20

Name one cognitive ability of infants.

They can imitate less than 45 minutes after being born.

They can remember a single event, with only one exposure to it, a week later.

They understand that size stays constant even when distance changes the appearance of size.

They display velocity prediction.

They understand the principle of common fate (i.e. the reason the black lines on the basketball move when the ball bounces is because the lines are part of the basketball).

They can discriminate human faces from nonhuman faces at birth.

All of the above.

None of the above. Infants are mostly preoccupied with crying, eating, pooping and spitting up on your shirt. These cognitive abilities develop over time.