Pediatrics

Children's visual perception continues to develop up to age 10

It is generally believed that children's visual perception basically reaches adults' level at the age of 6–7. But a new study shows that the development of children's visual perception does not stop before the age of 10.

Neuroscience

Babies can see things that adults cannot

We can generally recognize an object, even if it is presented for a very brief time. However, if another object appears immediately following the first object, the perception on the first object is impaired such that we do ...

Neuroscience

Depression affects visual perception

Researchers specializing in psychiatry and psychology at the University of Helsinki investigated the effects of depression on visual perception. The study confirmed that the processing of visual information is altered in ...

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