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Psychological Research Studies

Psychological Research Studies

Submitted by • June 4, 2019

It was first believed, according to the empiricists’ view (e.g. Locke, 1939) that a newborn infant’s ability to perceive, developed solely through a process of learning via experience. These pinnacle underestimates could have existed due to the extremely difficult nature of assessing what one could consider inaccessible to direct measurements. Contemporary knowledge in this domain has proliferated markedly due to the development of inventive techniques used to measure infants’ perceptual abilities. These perceptual abilities are considered to form the basis for rapid learning and development (Mehler & Dupoux, 1994) and therefore are considered not only fascinating, but of pronounced importance to the study of developmental psychology.

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