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WJEC PY2 Gibson and Walk full text

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This is the full text from Gibson and Walk's study. Enjoy!

WJEC PY2 Gibson and Walk core study

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Made for WJEC but could be used for others. Goes through the aims and context, the procedure, findings and conclusions, evaluation and alternative evidece. see powerpoint that goes with this handout.

GCSE exercises 61-68

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eight exercises useful for consolidating learning

Visual Cliff Experiment

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Boring talk about the Visual Cliff Experiment but nice glasses.

Visual Cliff and Nonverbal Communication

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Nonverbal communication between mother and child affects outcome in visual cliff experiment.

Visual Cliff

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From MindHacks: The researchers wanted to find out whether 6 to 14 month-old infants could perceive depth. Babies are not the best conversationalists, but they do have a natural sense of danger, so the experiment is based on the idea that the babies will avoid perceived danger, even if it's completely safe. The study put the infants, one at a time, in the middle of a table, with one side replaced by glass so you could see the 'drop'. Their mothers would try and tempt them over both