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Subsequent investigations attempted to circumvent this difficulty by comparing infants’ responses to perceptually similar events from different categories. In particular, a whole host of VOE experiments compared infants’ responses to occlusion and containment events. In each experiment, the occluders used in the occlusion events were identical to the front walls of the containers used in the containment events, so that infants saw highly similar events in the two categories. 5). 5 months and older were surprised if the object became almost fully hidden inside a short container (Hespos & Baillargeon, 2001a).
Kestenbaum, Termine, & Spelke, 1987; Quinn, 2007; Slater, 1995; Yonas & Granrud, 1984). Both the identity and the spatio-temporal information about an event help specify how many objects are involved in the event. , 2002; Wu & Baillargeon, 2008). Similarly, if two identical objects stand apart on an apparatus floor and a screen is then lifted to hide them, the How Do Infants Reason about Physical Events? 8 Schematic model of the physical-reasoning system: how infants represent and interpret the basic and the variable information about a physical event spatio-temporal information will specify that two objects are present behind the screen (Aguiar & Baillargeon, 1999; Xu & Carey, 1996).
Décalages With Perceptually Identical Events In the last section, we saw that décalages can be observed in infants’ responses to perceptually similar events from different categories. Remarkably, décalages have also been observed with perceptually identical events from different categories. 5 months in tube events. , 2005), 9-month-olds were presented in a brief orientation procedure with a tall and a short container (container condition) or a tall and a short tube (tube condition); the tubes were indistinguishable from the containers when standing upright.