Individual differences in infant visual attention: recognition of degraded visual forms by four-month-olds.

@article{Frick1996IndividualDI,
  title={Individual differences in infant visual attention: recognition of degraded visual forms by four-month-olds.},
  author={Janet E. Frick and John Colombo},
  journal={Child development},
  year={1996},
  volume={67 1},
  pages={188-204}
}
In 5 experiments, 4-month-old infants were tested for their ability to recognize degraded visual targets as a function of individual differences in fixation duration. Targets were degraded by removing 10% of the total contour either from vertices (vertex-absent) or from midsegments (vertex-present). Both qualitative and quantitative differences were found in long and short lookers' ability to recognize the degraded forms. Short-looking infants were able to recognize degraded forms in both… CONTINUE READING

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