DEP-Chapter 5

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  1. Two stimuli presented simultaneously.

    Measure whether infants prefer one stimuli over the other.
    Preferential looking technique
  2. Decrease in response to repeated or continued stimulation.
    Habituation technique
  3. The visual image increases as an object comes toward us, causing
    the background to recede.
    Optical expansion (kinetic depth cue)
  4. The two eyes do not send the same signals to the brain because
    there are different retinal images of the object in each eye.
    binocular cue
  5. the visual cortex combines the different neural signals from each eye to create depth perception.
    Stereopsis
  6. The perceptual cues of depth that can be perceived by one eye alone.
    Monocular depth cue
  7. Although our retinal images of people and objects change as they move away from or toward us, our impression of the person or object stays the same size and shape.
    Perceptual constancy
  8. Infants can perceive boundaries between objects.
    object segregation
  9. What is Intermodal perception?
    Combining the senses
  10. refers to the sharpness of vision
    visual acuity
  11. How is visual acuity tested?
    • “Fantz Box”
    • Teller Acuity Cards
  12. T/F
    Infants are attracted to moving stimuli, but their eye movements are not smooth.

    By 2–3 months, infants can track moving objects smoothly if the objects are moving slowly.
    True, true
  13. ______ can perceive coherence among moving elements: Point-light displays.
    Infants
  14. ______prefer patterned stimuli over plain stimuli; and faces over patterned stimuli.
    Newborns
  15. Infants can turn toward the direction of the sound.
    Auditory localization
  16. When is the auditory system fully developed?
    • is well developed at birth, but hearing does not achieve adult
    • level until 5 to 8 years.
  17. What type of auditory preferences do infants have?
    Young infants prefer to listen to human speech over non-speech sounds.

    • Infants prefer their mother’s voice over a unfamiliar women’s
    • voice.

    • Infants prefer to hear their native language over a foreign
    • language.

    • Infants can extract regularities from a continuous speech stream.
    • Syllables
    • Words
  18. How do babies younger than 4 months explore the world of objects?

    Infants explore the world _____ for the first few months.
    orally
  19. What is the sticky mittens study show?
    attached velcro gloves to hands of infants to see if they would grab more (developmental jumpstart in learning to explore objects)
  20. What does smell perception look like at birth?
    Sensitivity to smell develops ______ birth.
    before
  21. What kind of smell preferences do newborns have?
    • Infants are sensitive to the smell of breast milk.
    •  
    • Infant sense of smell draws them to their mothers.
  22. When does taste perception develop?

    Sensitivity to taste develops ____ birth.
    before
  23. what kind of taste preferences do newborns have?
    How is this tested?
    Newborns innately prefer sweet flavors.

    • Young infants, like adults, make facial expressions when they
    • experience different tastes.
  24. What do studies find with regards to intermodal perception?
    Infants are able to combine information from two or more senses.

    Very young infants link oral and visual experiences.

    • As they get older, infants integrate visual and tactile
    • explorations.

    • Infants at about 4 months can integrate speaking sounds with a
    • picture of lips moving.
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    The understanding that objects have substance, maintain their identities when they change location, and ordinarily continue to exist when out of sight.
    object permeanance
  26. Young infants express surprise at events or objects that violate
    their expectations.
    Violation of expectancy method

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