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Division of labor between hand and eye when perceiving shape


, : Division of labor between hand and eye when perceiving shape. Neuropsychologia 11(2): 207-211

Earlier research has shown that young children rely almost exclusively on visual inspection of shape in a situation where both haptic and visual perception may be combined. The present investigation sought to determine whether adults would perform similarly, or whether, with development, information acquisition strategies change such that both haptic and visual sources would be combined. Results clearly showed that adults did combine haptic and visual pickup where matching was with haptic comparison shapes. But, where matching was with visual comparisons, information pickup was confined to visual inspection.

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PMID: 4713397

DOI: 10.1016/0028-3932(73)90009-2


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