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Seeing, reaching, touching : the relations between vision and touch in infancy

Author: Arlette Streri
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, 1993.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st MIT Press edView all editions and formats
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Seeing reaching, and touching are simple, automatic, and fundamental acts for an adult, but they place formidable demands on the perceptual and motor capacities of an infant. In this book, Arlette Streri investigates the relationship between tactile and visual systems in infancy and introduces an original theory of the visual-touching mechanism in babies, a precocious ability that is central to cognitive  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Streri, Arlette.
Seeing, reaching, touching.
Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, 1993
(OCoLC)647647091
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arlette Streri
ISBN: 0262193434 9780262193436
OCLC Number: 28585512
Notes: On jkt.: Developing body and mind series.
Description: xvi, 224 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Foreword / Elizabeth Spelke --
Preface / Yvette Hatwell --
1. Theoretical perspectives and hypotheses --
2. Manual approach to a visual target as evidence of perceptual coordination --
3. The motor ability and sensoriality of the haptic system --
4. The perceptual relations between vision and touch --
5. Perception and knowledge.
Other Titles: Voir, atteindre, toucher.
Responsibility: Arlette Streri ; translated by Tim Pownall and Susan Kingerlee.

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Seeing reaching, and touching are simple, automatic, and fundamental acts for an adult, but they place formidable demands on the perceptual and motor capacities of an infant. In this book, Arlette Streri investigates the relationship between tactile and visual systems in infancy and introduces an original theory of the visual-touching mechanism in babies, a precocious ability that is central to cognitive development. Since antiquity, philosophers have asked whether seeing and touching are separate systems or are unified at birth. Contemporary psychologists approach the question from two perspectives: either they consider motor ability the integrated link between the senses or they study the relations between the information gained from two or more sense modalities. Streri demonstrates that, although current research confirms both perspectives, the results are insufficient to provide an understanding of the conditions necessary for the establishment of a unity of the two systems. Streri brings together a wealth of research on the sensorimotor and perceptual capacity of infants. Against the background of a spectrum of development and cognitive theories, she argues that an early developing coordination of vision and touch, and of perception and action, underlies the infant's exchanges with his or her surroundings.

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