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10/25/10 1 Perceptual Constancy Size Constancy Perceive that an object is the “same size” despite changes in the reAnal image. Shape Constancy Perceive that an object is the “same shape” despite changes in orientaAon. Size Constancy Size Constancy
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10/25/10 2 TesAng Size Constancy Infants HabituaAon Test Shape Constancy Event PercepAon Biological MoAon Physical Causality
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10/25/10 3 Biological MoAon When do infants detect biological moAon? Physical Causality 1. SpaAal component Objects need to touch for one to cause the other to move 2. Temporal component Objects need to start moving within a reasonable Ame aOer contact
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10/25/10 4 6‐month‐olds HabituaAon Event: Physical Causality The Role of Contact Physical Causality The Role of Contact Test Events: Impossible Possible Physical Causality The Role of Timing Test Events: Impossible Possible
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10/25/10 5 Depth percepAon Ability to perceive near versus far objects.
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