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A Dynamic Systems Approach to the Development of Cognition and Action
This volume offers a revolutionary perspective on the development of cognition and action and applies the principles of nonlinear dynamic systems to motor, perceptual, and cognitive development and the result is a remarkable synthesis and advancement of developmental science.
Intersensory redundancy guides attentional selectivity and perceptual learning in infancy.
Results revealed that habituation to a bimodal (auditory and visual) rhythm resulted in discrimination of a novel rhythm, whereas habituated to the same rhythm presented unimodally resulted in no evidence of discrimination.
Developmental dynamics: toward a biologically plausible evolutionary psychology.
Recent advances in genetics, embryology, and developmental biology that have transformed contemporary developmental and evolutionary theory are reviewed and how these advances challenge gene-centered explanations of human behavior that ignore the complex, highly coordinated system of regulatory dynamics involved in development and evolution is explored.
The role of intersensory redundancy in early perceptual, cognitive, and social development
The natural environment provides a flux of concurrent stimulation to all our senses, far more than can be attended to at any given moment in time. Adults are exquisitely skilled at selectively…
Intersensory Redundancy Guides the Development of Selective Attention, Perception, and Cognition in Infancy
Evidence supporting the hypothesis that the senses provide overlapping information for objects and events facilitates attention to critical aspects of sensory stimulation, those that are redundantly specified, and attenuates attention to nonredundantly specified stimulus properties is reviewed.
Intersensory redundancy guides early perceptual and cognitive development.
Premature visual stimulation accelerates intersensory functioning in bobwhite quail neonates.
- R. Lickliter
- Psychology, BiologyDevelopmental psychobiology
Results indicate that prematurely stimulated chicks require species-typical auditory and visual stimulation earlier in postnatal development than do normally reared chicks to direct their filial behavior.
Activity Patterns and Companion Preferences of Domestic Goat Kids
- R. Lickliter
- 1 December 1987
The integrated development of sensory organization.
- R. Lickliter
- PsychologyClinics in perinatology
- 1 December 2011
The Significance of Biology for Human Development: A Developmental Psychobiological Systems View
This chapter describes the history and current status of this psychobiological systems view of development, its implications for a developmentally oriented conception of behavior genetics, its application to a research area such as intersensory development, and the broader implications of a developmental Psychobiological Systems view of human development.