Young Children Rely On One Sense Or Another, Not A Combination, Studies Find

Thursday, May 1, 2008 - 13:28 in Psychology & Sociology

Unlike adults, children younger than eight can't integrate different forms of sensory input to improve the accuracy with which they perceive the world around them, according to a pair of studies reported online in Current Biology, a publication of Cell Press, on May 1st.

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