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PSYC 466 Lecture 11: Psyc 466-06
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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 466
Professor
Michael Lantz
Semester
Fall

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ath 16 Perceptual Development Ch.5 NO Vision identifie objects. Where i, it? ature NS Nurtur John Locke, Eleanor Gibson: already built in t of both oday Hearing different fully developed at b month pregnan Kitty St ho evrons fi nta ime. can't see horizont nel snake can see body heat but humans cant. Vision: Infants seem to know about movementy reach the b Perceptual fvnctioning develops host where be Speke (1936 4 months old ound and viual be identified a videos Increased looking at video matching soundtrack Tnfanty integrated hear and vinion e, Mom talking Mom. what's perception' Attention Locating Related to action reachTng the ball after procening above Step athwa Retaion Nentrat path adult b vrouering mtefor temporal lobe face, speerftes an Individual NO, DAT Children's vision research Difficult to stud e movements preferential looking mradym. Orienting retter Graham, az8 case study e month old without cortex Speech sounds mearwhe heart vate oriented drop in heart rate habituated no drop in heart rate Subcortical mechanhymy were responsible Most surprising equals a month old normal abilitier Why? May be more direct path skifting uorter Ruler for scanning the nment. Stimulur Complexito Thverted U shape preferred stimulation level A Checkboard studies plenty like sightly above understandin awmy (1 week old Infant viston doluo of an adult aga Viwal Get infant habituated to gr viston See If they drstinguish between white and black bars If yes, can see it (will look) If not eyond VIYon (treat a grey already habituated) ath 16 Perceptual Development Ch.5 NO Vision identifie objects. Where i, it? ature NS Nurtur John Locke, Eleanor Gibson: already built in t of both oday Hearing different fully developed at b month pregnan Kitty St ho evrons fi nta ime. can't see horizont nel snake can see body heat but humans cant. Vision: Infants seem to know about movementy reach the b Perceptual fvnctioning develops host where be Speke (1936 4 months old ound and viual be identified a videos Increased looking at video matching soundtrack Tnfanty integrated hear and vinion e, Mom talking Mom. what's perception' Attention Locating Related to action reachTng the ball after procening above Step athwa Retaion Nentrat path adult b vrouering mtefor temporal lobe face, speerftes an Individual NO, DAT Children's vision research Difficult to stud e movements preferential looking mradym. Orienting retter Graham, az8 case study e month old without cortex Speech sounds mearwhe heart vate oriented drop in heart rate habituated no drop in heart rate Subcortical mechanhymy were responsible Most surprising equals a month old normal abilitier Why? May be more direct path skifting uorter Ruler for scanning the nment. Stimulur Complexito Thverted U shape preferred stimulation level A Checkboard studies plenty like sightly above understandin awmy (1 week old Infant viston doluo of an adult aga Viwal Get infant habituated to gr viston See If they drstinguish between white and black bars If yes, can see it (will look) If not eyond VIYon (treat a grey already habituated)Motion humans track motions more ement attracts attention Colour we see -colour to help seperate objects Wavelengths of light that hitr our new rons Categorise one block of wave at one colour adult erngth Colour category boundar C avodetsther 1988) 1 m-o. prerented target until habituathon ortentation Cat Colour percepti Preferred wave length axom the boundar Soa ception (Danhemistler t Stephena i 1988 Co weeks a week prefer face Sodal Perception (Tohnson lago's) ihrs old Tracking faces farther than n Dediner between 4 b weer note subcorti Facial recognitton Tm
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