Infants vision is guided by perceptual biases to

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infants’ vision is guided by perceptual biases to attend to certain kinds of visual information. infants have no auditory preferences when they are born. infants respond randomly to visual stimuli. infants have a conscious preference for particular kinds of visual information. Question 5 Selected Answer: [p. 97] __________ refers to the fact that infants spend less time looking at a stimulus the longer that stimulus is presented, whereas __________ refers to when an infant regains attention after an old (or familiar) stimulus is replaced with a new stimulus. Habituation; dishabituation 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points
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; 3/7 Newborns have no vision abilities at all. Newborns can perceive light, but cannot focus their vision. Question 7 Selected Answer: Answers: [p. 100] Around what age can most infants focus their vision, converge both eyes on the same object at the same time, and coordinate both eyes to track a moving object at the same time? 6 months 6 months 5 years At birth 1 year Question 8 Selected Answer: Answers: [p. 102-104] __________ is an example of a physical stimulus characteristic relating to infants’ visual preferences, whereas __________ is an example of a psychological stimulus characteristic relating to infants’ visual preferences. Curvilinearity; familiarity Curvilinearity; vertical symmetry Curvilinearity; familiarity Familiarity; curvilinearity Novelty; familiarity 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points
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; 4/7 Question 10 Selected Answer: Answers: [p. 105-110] Which of the following statements is NOT true regarding infants’ processing of faces? Infants don’t seem to notice if a face is attractive or not. Infants don’t seem to notice if a face is attractive or not.
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