Discrimination by young infants of stimuli presented discontinuously.

Abstract

Four experiments are reported showing that young infants can pick up visual information from very brief displays. Pattern, edge orientation, and form can be discriminated when stimuli are presented for repeated exposures of only 300 ms. 

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@article{Harris1977DiscriminationBY, title={Discrimination by young infants of stimuli presented discontinuously.}, author={Paul L. Harris and Ethan C Bassett}, journal={Perception}, year={1977}, volume={6 6}, pages={685-90} }