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PSY 120 Study Guide Test for 3 Chapter 8: Basic sensory abilities of newborn infants: vision, hearing, smell (see book—not covered in class) o The newborn already has preferences for certain odors, tastes, sunds, nd visual configurations. Hearing is much better developed than vision. Newborns are able to discriminate among and show preferences for certain odors and tastes. They favor sweet tastes and are able to differentiate between salty, bitter, and sour solutions. Newborns focus best on objects about nine inches away, and follow a slowly moving objet. Research on temperament: 3 categories of temperament, interaction between temperament and environment, long-term correlates of infant temperament (see book—not covered in class) o Temperment-a person’s behavioral style or characteristic way of responding to the environment o Easy children- 40% generally pleasant moods, were adaptable, approached new stuations and people positively, and established regular sleeping eating, and elimination patterns
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course PSY 120 taught by Professor Grandrud during the Spring '08 term at N. Colorado.

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