Infants ’ Use of Featural Information in the Segregation of Stationary Objects

@inproceedings{Needham2001InfantsU,
  title={Infants ’ Use of Featural Information in the Segregation of Stationary Objects},
  author={Amy Needham},
  year={2001}
}
Infants’ use of featural information (e.g. shape, color, pattern) to segregate stationary displays was investigated in three main experiments. The first experiment showed that 7.5-month-old infants, but not younger infants, were able to form a clear interpretation of a display consisting of a curved yellow cylinder and an adjacent tilted blue box as composed of two separate units. Subsequent experiments determined that infants as young as 4.5 months of age could segregate into two units a… CONTINUE READING