Newborns are sensitive to the correspondence between auditory pitch and visuospatial elevation.

@article{Walker2018NewbornsAS,
  title={Newborns are sensitive to the correspondence between auditory pitch and visuospatial elevation.},
  author={Peter Walker and James Gavin Bremner and Marco Lunghi and Sarah Dolscheid and Beatrice D Barba and Francesca Simion},
  journal={Developmental psychobiology},
  year={2018},
  volume={60 2},
  pages={
          216-223
        }
}
Amodal (redundant) and arbitrary cross-sensory feature associations involve the context-insensitive mapping of absolute feature values across sensory domains. Cross-sensory associations of a different kind, known as correspondences, involve the context-sensitive mapping of relative feature values. Are such correspondences in place at birth (like amodal associations), or are they learned from subsequently experiencing relevant feature co-occurrences in the world (like arbitrary associations)? To… CONTINUE READING
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