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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/25/11 Click icon to add picture Click icon to add picture + In Utero: Development Focusing on the Senses Physiological Psychology Spring 2010 Lyndsee Burleson
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2/25/11 + Lillian Kate @ 20 weeks
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+ 2/25/11 Sense of Touch n Early to develop n 8th wk: first sign of reaction to sensitivity in areas n 32 wks: almost everything is sensitive; heat, cold pressure & pain
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+ 2/25/11 Sense of Taste n 13-15 wks: much like an adult n At 10 wks, hiccups make first appearance n By 3rd trimester, 1 liter a day of amniotic fluid is being swallowed
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+ 2/25/11 Sense of Smell…really? n Originally thought babies in utero couldn’t smell, which requires air and breathing n Newborns are drawn to the smell of breast milk before
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Unformatted text preview: theyve ever had any experience with it + 2/25/11 Sense of Hearing n Womb noise is much like that of being in an apartment n Begin formation around 8 wks, finish about 24 wks n 25 wks: hears your voice and by week 27 can detect and recognize yours n Vernix muffles the sound n Headphone study + 2/25/11 Last but not least n Last to develop n Eyelids remain closed until about the 26th wk n Perfect vision at birth within 8-12 inches n Twins can detect one another 2/25/11 + Twins in Utero 2/25/11 + 2/25/11 + 2/25/11 + until then...
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2011 for the course PSYC 460 taught by Professor Lawrence during the Spring '10 term at South Carolina.

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