By Merritt B. Low (auth.), Michael Lewis Ph.D., Lawrence T. Taft M.D. (eds.)
The chapters during this quantity are drawn from the displays brought at a symposium on Developmental Disabilities within the Preschool baby. This sym posium was once held lower than the auspices of The Institute for Pediatric provider of Johnson and Johnson child items. It was once co-sponsored by means of the varsity of medication and Dentistry of recent Jersey, Rutgers clinical institution, and The In stitute for the research of outstanding youngsters, academic trying out carrier. The symposium used to be held within the Fall of 1979 in Chicago, Illinois and the contributors, together with Ph. D . 's, Ed. D . 's, and M. D . 's, represented the interdisciplinary strategy which characterised the conferences. The interdisciplinary set of audio system used to be matched by means of an both varied viewers who represented nearly each profes sional crew inquisitive about the wishes of disabled kids and their households. as a result of profitable info trade that came about, a printed quantity of the complaints was resolute to be helpful for others who weren't in a position to attend. To all those that toil to aid developmentally disabled young children and their households we commit this quantity. Michael Lewis Lawrence T. Taft vii CONTENTS creation xiii half I-Sensory improvement 1 / Handicapped baby - proof of existence three Me"itt B. Low 2 / Theoretical concerns within the Early improvement of visible conception nine Joseph F. Fagan III and Patricia Ann Shepherd three / scientific Appraisal of imaginative and prescient 35 Richard N.
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The test may be facilitated by actually supplying a threedimensional E form and asking the child to rotate it into the same direction as the target E. An alternative test is the substitution of the picture of a hand for the letter E and the child is then asked to move his own hand in the same direction as the target. The last two tests described depend on the ability of the child to match the orientation of the target with his hand or an object held in his hand. He is not required to name or identify anything.
The relative attention value of facial configuration for infants from birth to four months was more systematically assessed by comparing schematic faces with rearrangements of the same elements contained in the faces, either "scrambled" or rotated versions of faces. Given such control over extraneous factors, the attentional superiority of facial configuration breaks down (see review by Fagan, 1972), and no strong support emerges for preferences for schematic over scrambled faces, at least within the first four months.
Contour density and pattern configuration in visual preferences of infants. Infant Behav. , 1:127-140 (1978). Maurer, D. and Salapatek, P. Developmental changes in the scanning of faces by young infants. , 47:523-527 (1976). H. S. Transitions in early mental development. Monographs of the Soc. for Res. 3 (1977). B. and Kagan, J. Attention in the infant: Effects of complexity, contour, perimeter, and familiarity. , 38:939-952 (1967). McGurk, H. The role of object orientation in infant perception.
Developmental Disabilities: Theory, Assessment, and Intervention by Merritt B. Low (auth.), Michael Lewis Ph.D., Lawrence T. Taft M.D. (eds.)