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10. Exp. 2 Results: Correct Anticipations
 

Summary: 10. Exp. 2 Results:
Correct Anticipations
1. INTRODUCTION 3. GENERAL METHODS
Sample Trial Sequence of the Average vs. 10%
Face in theVisual Cueing Expectation Paradigm
Average Face Cue (1500 ms)
Target (750 ms)
Intertrial Interval (500 ms)
Interstimulus Interval (1000 ms)
Time
Face Presentation: Random
Infant-Stimuli Distance: 48 cm
Dimensions of Faces: 9.5 x 6.7 deg
Dimensions of Targets: 3 deg
Face - Target Distance: 9.5 deg
REFERENCES
Adler, S.A., & Haith, M.M. (2003). The nature of infants' visual expectations for event content. Infancy, 4, 389-421.
Bushnell, I.W.R., Sai, F., & Mullin, J.T. (1989). Neonatal recognition of mother's face. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 7,
3-15.
Diamond., R., & Carey, S. (1986). Why faces are and are not special: An effect of expertise. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General,

  

Source: Adler, Scott A. - Centre for Vision Research & Department of Psychology, York University (Toronto)

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine