1. What is the implication of results from the artificial exemplar group in Paeun 2002?
- Infants cannot categorise artificial objects
- Infants prefer animals > furniture
- Semantic knowledge overrrides perceptual experience in categorisation
- Perceptual experience overrides semantic knowledge in categorisation
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2. Do infants use prototypical cues to form representations of novel categories?
3. Which of these is NOT a criticism of the nativist perspective?
- External validity of category boundaries
- Construct validity of category boundaries
- How do innate concepts phylogenetically develop?
- Can perceptual experiences change innate categories?
- Can innateness be measured?
4. In core 'object' knowledge, define continuity
- Objects influence each others motion, only with contact
- Objects move on connected, unobstructed paths
- Objects move as connected and bounded wholes
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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