What are the Impacts of 2D Screen vs. 3D Object on Infants’ Learning?

Based on the finding from an experimental study, infants (at age of 15 months) produced significantly fewer target actions in the 2D screen conditions than in the 3D real obeject conditions. The researchers concluded that infants learn better in 3D real object conditions.

Created on November 21 2015 at 08: 00 AM


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1: "Infant Imitation From Television Using Novel Touch Screen Technology," British Journal of Developmental Psychology , 2009, by E Zack, R Barr, P Gerhardstein. (Citations: 48).

Infants learn less from a televised demonstration than from a live demonstration, the video deficit effect. The present study employs a novel approach, using touch screen technology to examine 15-month olds' transfer of learning. Infants were randomly assigned either to ...



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