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Infants' perception of object unity in translating and rotating displays
In 3 experiments, the authors examined the sensitivity of infants to the unity of a partly occluded moving rod undergoing translation, rotation, or oscillation. Four-month-oid infants were sensitive to the unity of the partly occluded rod when it translated, but not when it rotated, behind an occluder. Six-month-old infants perceived the rotating rod as continuing behind the occluder, but they did not perceive the unity of a rod that oscillated back and forth behind the occluder. Finally,doi:10.1037/0012-16184.108.40.2066 fatcat:oblt3kwqmffybazjzyfrimxhqq