Lecture 4

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In Gibson and Walk's 'The Visual Cliff' experiment (1960) when did infants heart rate accelerate?
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Changing eye's lenses in shape and elasticity results in loss of near vision:
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Loss of ability to perceive sounds of high frequency:
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What is an example of perceptual constancy?
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Heart rate acceleration typically means:
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Deceleration in heart rate typically means:
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Opportunities for interaction offered by objects that fit within our capabilities to perform activities:
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At what age do infants reach adult accuracy in sound localisation?
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Results in declining depth and night vision:
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In Gibson and Walk's 'The Visual Cliff' experiment (1960) when did infants heart rate decelerate?