AnimalBehavior

AnimalBehavior - Animal Behavior 17/09/2009 16:04:00 1....

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17/09/2009 16:04:00 1. What’s so special about the number “3”? We have a limit to up to about three things of what we can remember.  Architecture of the mind Motivation confound in the monkey and baby studies? Not: not a dedicated number system 2. Different types of object recognition: vision for action and vision for recognition 3. Link between infant facial imitation an propopagnosia people cant recognize ppl based on their facial characteristics. Inability to do  so.  You can recognize by clothing, smell, sound of their voice but not  characteristics of the face. More common than previously thought: 2% population Does not affect recognition of expressions Linked with impairments in object recognition 4. Are infants facial expressions linked to hormonal mechanisms? 5. Role of language in numerical cognition? Will children take a year to kno what 1 means, 2 means, etc. 6. Emotional recognition in dogs?
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This note was uploaded on 05/27/2010 for the course PSYC 436 taught by Professor Justinwood during the Spring '09 term at USC.

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