Graspability and object processing in infants

@inproceedings{Kaufman2003GraspabilityAO,
  title={Graspability and object processing in infants},
  author={Jordy Kaufman and Denis Mareschal and Mark H. Johnson},
  year={2003}
}
This review pursues the idea that a dual visual system approach is fruitful for interpreting work on infant cognition. We provide examples from the visual perception and cognition literature demonstrating that the potential graspability of stimuli typically used in infant studies influence how these stimuli are processed by the infant brain. Specifically, we argue that small, local, familiar and moving stimuli are more likely to be processed by the dorsal (how or action) stream of visual… CONTINUE READING

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