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Here we investigated whether action tasks would reveal the same developmental pattern.
Consistent with VOE reports, 5. Infants at each age thus used their support knowledge to determine whether the toys were likely to be retrievable or to be attached to adjacent surfaces and hence irretrievable.
These and control findings extend recent evidence that developmental patterns observed in VOE tasks also hold in action tasks, and as such provide further support for the view that VOE and action tasks tap the same physical knowledge.
One pattern is that infants form distinct events categories e. The other pattern is that, for each event category, infants identify a series of variables that enables them to predict outcomes more and more accurately over time e. Over the past few years, converging evidence from action tasks has begun to accumulate for the first pattern e.
Here we sought converging evidence from action tasks for the second pattern. There are several reasons to seek evidence in action tasks for developmental patterns identified in VOE tasks. We return to these issues in the Discussion.
In the next section, we review some of the evidence from VOE and action tasks for the first developmental pattern described above; we next introduce the present research, which used similar action tasks to examine the second pattern. First developmental pattern According to the first developmental pattern discussed in the last section, infants learn separately about each event category.
In one experiment, 4. In the containment condition, a hand grasped a knob at the top of a tall object; next to the object was a tall tall event or a short short event container. In both events, the hand lifted the object and lowered it inside the container until only the knob remained visible.
The infants in the occlusion condition saw similar events except that the back half of each container was removed, leaving only the front half to serve as a rounded occluder.
The infants in the occlusion condition looked reliably longer at the short than at the tall event, but those in the containment condition looked equally at the two events. In subsequent experiments, 5. Would infants show a similar decalage in an action task?
To find out, 6- and 7. Next, the frog was placed behind a large screen, which was then removed to reveal a short and a tall container containment condition or a short and a tall occluder occlusion condition ; two frog feet protruded from the bottom of each container or occluder.
The occluders were identical to the fronts of the containers. In the occlusion condition, both the 6- and the 7. Second developmental pattern According to the second developmental pattern described earlier, for each event category, infants identify a series of variables that enables them to predict outcomes within the category more and more accurately over time for reviews, see Baillargeon et al.
The present research asked whether the same pattern would be observed in action tasks. The present research asked whether a similar developmental pattern would be found in action tasks with 5.
Specifically, we tested whether the 5. Infants at both ages were assigned to a type-of-contact or an amount-of-contact condition see Fig.
The infants were first given a small toy and encouraged to play with it. Next, the toy was placed behind a large screen, which was then removed to reveal an apparatus with two identical copies of the toy. The experiment examined whether the infants would bring to bear their knowledge of support—as revealed in the VOE experiments discussed above—to determine which toy they should reach for.
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the best predictor of infant looking across all violation-of-expectation studies, or only when methods have been changed such that infants fail to look longer at im- possible events, failing to replicate the original findings?
Violation expectation is a method which was focused on whether infants’ understand the principle of that a solid object cannot move through the space which is occupied by the other solid object.
To test the understanding of this principle of infants, Baillargeon, Spelke & Wasserman used a situation involving a visible and occluded object. Researches using the violation-of-expectation method may use ____ by exposing babies to a physical event until their looking declines habituation In a series of studies using the violation-of-expectation method, Renee Baillargeon and her collaborates claimed to have found evidence for.
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In the violation-of-expectation method, _____ suggests that the infant is surprised by a deviation from physical reality. heightened attention to an unexpected event In a series of studies using the violation-of-expectation method, Renée Baillargeon and her collaborators claimed to have found evidence for.