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15 September 2010

Kids see differently than adults

Unlike adults, children younger than 12 don't combine different sensory information in order to understand their surroundings, the study authors say.

Children may actually see the world differently than adults, researchers have found. Unlike adults, children younger than 12 don't combine different sensory information in order to understand their surroundings, the study authors say.

The second study found that children younger than six years old were able to keep perspective and binocular visual information separate, while adults did not have this ability.

 
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