I spy with my little eye: Typical, daily exposure to faces documented from a first-person infant perspective

@inproceedings{Maurer2014ISW,
  title={I spy with my little eye: Typical, daily exposure to faces documented from a first-person infant perspective},
  author={Daphne Maurer},
  booktitle={Developmental psychobiology},
  year={2014}
}
Exposure to faces is known to shape and change the face processing system; however, no study has yet documented infants' natural daily first-hand exposure to faces. One- and three-month-old infants' visual experience was recorded through head-mounted cameras. The video recordings were coded for faces to determine: (1) How often are infants exposed to faces? (2) To what type of faces are they exposed? and (3) Do frequently encountered face types reflect infants' typical pattern of perceptual… CONTINUE READING

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