Title: Depth Perception, an Inborn Skill?

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Subject: Psychology
Author: Helen W
Date: December 19, 2014
Level: University
Grade: A
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The rats fared worse because they are nocturnal animals who rely on other senses other than vision to direct them. From this experiment, Gibson and Walk concluded that depth perception was inborn to all animals and humans by the time they achieve independent movement. This is in the case of chickens and goats at birth and for humans at around 6 months of age...

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This is in the case of chickens and goats at birth and for humans at around 6 months of age. The results of Gibson and Walk's experiment are very questionable because their control group did not consist of any socially dependent animals. Infants are socially dependent of their mother for survival and nurturing throughout their childhood...

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