Perceptual Development: Its Relation to Theories of Intelligence and Cognition; Conference [proceedings].
Institute for Juvenile Research Illinois State Department of Mental Health, 1966 - Child psychology - 309 pages
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Part Two STUDIES OF CHILDHOOD
Part Three DISTORTIONS AND DISPLACEMENTS
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adaptation adult apparent body position apparent vertical auditory behavior Bruell capture effect CHAIRMAN child cognitive comparison constant error coordination depolarized depth perception developmental differential direction discrimination displacement distortion effect experiment experimental eye movements Fantz figural aftereffects findings fixation function Gibson hand Hein illusion increase input intelligence involved judgments kinesthesis kinesthetic look lysergic acid diethylamide motor motor learning Mueller-Lyer neonate object perception ontogenesis ontogenetic organism organismic orientation parallax perceived perceptual activity perceptual development phenomena Piaget and Lambercier Pick and Hay polarization Pollack presented prisms problem processes proprioceptive Psychol relation relationship response Rutschmann S^qq samples self-object sensory spatial sensory system sensory-motor sensory-tonic shift Singer and Day's situation space perception spatial aftereffect standard stimulus tachistoscopic target task theory of perceptual things Turkewitz Type V^qq variable vision visual cliff visual field visual perception visual-motor Wapner Werner