Bower T G R, 1972, "Object perception in infants" Perception 1(1) 15 – 30
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Object perception in infants
T G R Bower
Received 15 January 1972
Abstract. Natural responses, reaching and grasping, are used in an attempt to show that young infants perceive the distal properties of objects rather than their proximal correlates. The attempt seems to be successful for the properties, solidity, size, and distance. The developmental bases of these capacities are discussed.
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