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2. What are the main criticisms of the empiricist perspective?

  • Infants can have representations of things they cannot see e.g im/possible events
  • Neonates can understand cross-modal contingencies based on experience and infants can have representations of things they cannot see e.g im/possible events
  • Neonates can understand cross-modal contingencies NOT based on experience and infants can have representations of things they cannot see e.g im/possible events
  • Neonates cannot understand cross-modal contingencies NOT based on experience and infants can have representations of things they cannot see e.g im/possible events

3. In a study investigating the relative role of semantic v.s pereptual cues for categorisation (Oakes, Coppage, Dingel 1997) using habituation what was the main finding?

  • No difference in looking times in either group when presented with novel exemplar from category. Longer looking time to item of novel category if in dissimilar percep group. Shortest looking time to truck in both
  • No difference in looking times in either group when presented with novel exemplar from category. Longer looking time to item of novel category if in similar percep group. Longest looking time to truck in both
  • No difference in looking times in either group when presented with novel exemplar from category. Longer looking time to item of novel category if in dissimilar percep group. Longest looking time to truck in both
  • No difference in looking times in either group when presented with novel exemplar from category. Longer looking time to item of novel category if in similar percep group. Shortest looking time to truck in both

4. In Plunkett et al 2008, which of these was NOT a finding?

  • In 2., children looked more at 3333 than either of the other exemplars. It was novel as was not from narrow set combinations
  • In 3., responses similar to 2 as auditory labels are consistent with perceptual groups
  • In 1, 3 and 4 infants looked at 3333 at chance level regardless of auditory or perceptual grouping
  • In 5, the single auditory cue overrode the perceptual categories and performance below chance similar to 1
  • In 1., children looked less at 3333 than either of other exemplars. Habituated to prototypical mean 3333
  • In 4., because auditiry cues inconsistent responses drop to chance

5. What was the main finding by Pauen 2002 for naturalistic exemplars? (between are more similar than within)

  • Infants longer looking time at item from the novel category irrespective of category. Shows disassociation between semantic categories
  • Infants longer looking time at the novel exemplar. Shows disassociation between semantic categories

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