AP  >> Vol. 7 No. 8 (August 2017)

    婴儿知觉发展漫谈
    The Development of Infant’s Perception

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作者:  

陈晶露,陈雪怡,曾伟坚:华南师范大学,广东 广州

关键词:
婴儿知觉Infant Perception

摘要:

人类出生即具有各种感知觉,在知觉研究中,对婴儿的研究一直以来均为研究者所重视。本文对婴儿感知觉发展的一般理论以及如何研究婴儿的感知觉进行了综述。最后介绍近几年知觉领域婴儿研究的热点话题。

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.

文章引用:
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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