Gibson and Walk- Conclusions


Gibson and Walk- Conclusions

- Human infants have depth perception as soon as they can move on their own

- Their evidence does not prove tat human depth perception is innate- although it does support the nativist view

- Young animals have depth perception from birth which is consistent with evolutionary theory

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