Infant Perception Discussion Questions
What kind of information can be extracted from a face?
Does a child with autism have less emotion in the face as a
child without autism?
Can most infants pick out a more attractive face if the image
A. Quinn, P. C. (2007, October 25). Preference for attractive faces in human infants extends
beyond conspecifics. Developmental Science, pp. 76-83.
B. SUMMARY OF INTRODUCTION
1. While it is known that infants prefer to look at physically attractive human
A theory is defined as a supposition of a system of ideas intended to explain a
situation, but not all cases play out in the manner theories suggest. Human nature can
be predicted, but there are often abnormalities that occur that dont fall in line with t
What is Infant Perception?
Infant perception is what newborns can feel, smell,
taste, see, and hear.
Humans depend on vision more than any other
Humans depend on vision more than any other sense. At birth, vision is the least
developed of the senses. Visual structures in both the eye and the brain are not yet fully
developed. Cells in the retina are not as mature or densely packed as they will be
PSY 3336 EXAM 1 REVIEW LIST
Unit 1: Introduction & theory
Definition of developmental psychology.
Know what fields life-span developmental psychology emerged from.
Know the basis of the nature-nurture debate.
Know the key terms and conc
PSY 3336 Exam 2 review list
Chapter 4: Socioemotional Development in Infancy
What is the attachment dance? What factors influences the dance? Child temperment and parent
How are quantity and quality of daycare related to infantile attachm
October 24, 2012
Adolescence is a transitional stage in life where you are beginning puberty through
ending within the graduation of high school age. In the U.S. adolescence in most cases, begins
at age 13