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chapter 6 cont

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chapter 6 cont DEP 3305

sumreen Notetaker
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Psychology of Adolescense
Andre Maharaj

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Psychology of Adolescense
Andre Maharaj
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by sumreen Notetaker on Sunday March 8, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to DEP 3305 at Florida International University taught by Andre Maharaj in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 86 views. For similar materials see Psychology of Adolescense in Psychlogy at Florida International University.


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Date Created: 03/08/15
Attention Declaration in heart rate appears while infants attend to visual objects 0 Even though looking time decreases heart rate still re ects processing of stimulus Gaze following 0 Important for social development Auditory localization 0 Ushaped function due to shift in control from subcortical brain structures 0 Speech perception 0 Infants prefer mothers voice 0 Infants prefer infant directed speech 0 Parsing speech occurs through statistical learning and is apparent as early as 4 months of age Hibabyhowareyoutoday 0 Infants can discriminate sounds of all languages until 6 months ofage Intermodal perception 0 Ability to integrate multiple simultaneous source of sensory information Intercessory redundancy hypothesis 0 Intercessory redundancy in multimodal events promotes perception of amodal information Whereas unimodal events enhance perception of modality speci c properties 0 Example 3 and 5 month olds respond to change in orientation in unimodal events but not multlimodal event 0 Cross modal perception 0 Ability to transfer information about an object from one sense such as vision and use it when encountering the object later using a different sense such as touch


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