Psychology - Gibson and Walk - Procedure

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  • A total of 36 infants were used.
  • They were aged 6 - 14 months were tested.
  • The visual cliff consisted of a large glass sheet that was supported 30cm or more above the floor.
  • The patterns on the material underneath the glass gave visual cues that one side was 'shallow' and the other was 'deep' ( the retinal image of more distance patterns is smaller and this information provides depth cues.)
  • The participants (infants or young animals) were placed on the centre


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