7 competence in context - 2/14/11! Prelim 1: Feb. 23 (in...

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2/14/11 1 1 Prelim 1: Feb. 23 (in class) • Review session: –Sunday, Feb. 20 –7:00pm –Uris 202 • Review session format: bring your questions • Prelim outline coming later this week to Blackboard 2 Sensory development • Three principles of sensory ontogenesis –Sequential onsets of function –Function prior to functional maturation –Heterochrony • Invariant sequence of sensory system onset: –Tactile –Vestibular –Auditory –Visual olfactory 3 Invariant sequence of sensory system onset Marker indicates birth
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2/14/11 2 4 Heterochrony • Evolution acts to coordinate rates of development of different components of a functional system –E.g. systemogenesis • Focus on onset of function rather than attainment of maturity 5 Intersensory integration • Advantages of non-functional sensory system –Allows active modality to create straightforward map –Allows new modality to “inherit” pre-existing pattern of stimulation 6
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This note was uploaded on 06/01/2011 for the course PSYCH 2090 taught by Professor Goldstein, m during the Spring '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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