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2. In a test using stroboscopic movement in which the baby involuntarily follows the moving pattern (determined by luminance), what do protanomalous babies need?

  • More red
  • More green

3. What does strabismus result in a loss of?

  • Binocularity in adults
  • Monocularity in adults
  • Vision in adults

4. In Hess (1956), could chicks fully adapt to the prisms in their pecking response?

  • No, they only improved in accuracy
  • Yes, and could reliably peck the target

5. Over the first few months of life, which of these is the increase in snellen acuity?

  • 20/400-600
  • 20/800-1000
  • 20cm
  • 50cm

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