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Cardiac and visual responses to moving stimuli presented either successively or simultaneously to the central and peripheral visual fields in 4 month old infants



Cardiac and visual responses to moving stimuli presented either successively or simultaneously to the central and peripheral visual fields in 4 month old infants



Developmental Psychology 20(1): 29-36



Cardiac and visual orienting responses were measured as indexes of attention in 4-mo.-old infants. Two stimulus situations were used. In situation 1 the presentation of a peripheral stimulus followed the offset of a central fixation stimulus. In situation 2 the peripheral stimulus came on while the central fixation stimulus was on. The visual-response measure confirmed other findings that with simultaneous presentation the probability of orienting to the peripheral stimulus is decreased. The cardiac data indicated that on the trials in which the peripheral stimulus did not elicit lateral eye/head movements, the stimulus was still being detected.

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DOI: 10.1037/0012-1649.20.1.29


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