Young Infants ’ Perception of Object Unity in Two-Dimensional Displays


Two-dimensional displays were used to investigate the perception of object unity in 48 2-monthold and 48 4-month-old infants. The infants were habituated to a computer-generated display depicting a rod in motion behind a box. Posthabituation test trials consisted of two rod pieces (broken rod) and a complete rod, presented three times each in alternation… (More)

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