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(psychology) The understanding (typically developed during early infancy) that an object still exists even when it disappears from sight, or other senses.
The laws of object permanence are nullified for " cool " characters.
Children acquire object permanence at about seven months of age (memory).
Object performance activities are also called relational activities and the goal is to reinforce object permanence with your preschooler.
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