AP  >> Vol. 7 No. 8 (August 2017)

    The Development of Infant’s Perception

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陈晶露,陈雪怡,曾伟坚:华南师范大学,广东 广州

婴儿知觉Infant Perception



Human were born with a variety of sensation and perception. The studies of infants’ perception are always essential in this field. We explored the general theory of infant perception develop-ment and how to study the perception of infants. And we introduced the hot topic of infant re-search in recent years.

陈晶露, 陈雪怡, 曾伟坚 (2017). 婴儿知觉发展漫谈. 心理学进展, 7(8), 1029-1036. https://doi.org/10.12677/AP.2017.78129


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