Infant's Detection of Visual-Tactual Discrepencies: Asymetrics That Indicate a Directive Role of Visual Information
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perceptions and Performance
Infants' cross-modal functioning was investigated in two studies. In Study 1, 11-month-old infants were confronted with five different visual–tactual discrepancies created with a mirror arrangement. In Study 2, infants were confronted with discrepancies that were the converse of those which seemed to go unnoticed in Study 1
Recommended CitationWeinberger, Nanci and Bushnell, Emily W., "Infant's Detection of Visual-Tactual Discrepencies: Asymetrics That Indicate a Directive Role of Visual Information" (1987). Applied Psychology Journal Articles. Paper 23.
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