Baillargeon was a researcher who developed inventive research methods in order to provide explanations for early infant abilities, such as knowledge of the physical world and violation of expectations. Baillargeon used inventive methods as it is very difficult to assess what young infants know and do not know, due to their inability to coherently explain their thoughts. In addition, infants cannot always demonstrate their knowledge and understanding in their behavior, because their motor skills are not developed sufficiently.

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