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2. In core 'object' knowledge, define cohesion

  • Objects influence each others motion, only with contact
  • Objects move as connected and bounded wholes
  • Objects move on connected, unobstructed paths

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 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. 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. 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 dissimilar percep group. Longest looking time to truck in both

4. What does research by Izard, Sann, Spelke, Streri (2009) demonstrate about core number knowledge?

  • Infants can cross-modally discriminate number knowledge, as can discriminate the closest number image to what they just heard
  • Infants cannot cross-modally discriminate number knowledge, as can discriminate the closest number image to what they just heard

5. Which of these is NOT a key component of the Nativist perspective of conceptual knowledge?

  • Knowledge about geometry
  • Knowledge about objects
  • Knowledge about physical states
  • Knowledge about number
  • Knowledge about actions

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