Developmental Psychology Chapter 5

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The view that perceptual abilities are inborn. nativism
The view that perceptual abilities are learned. empiricism
How well one can see. visual acuity
Following a moving object with the eyes. tracking
How well one can hear. auditory acuity
Using another person’s emotional reaction to some situation as a basis for deciding one’s own reaction. A baby does this when she checks her parent’s facial expression or body language before responding positively or negatively to something new. social referencing
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