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Infants begin to use intermodal knowledge to match male and female faces to the corresponding voice, in their first year of life.
Infants have more experience with female faces which should lead to greater intermodal knowledge of female faces.
Previous studies have found inconsistent results. This could be due to the type of stimuli used.
This study uses several pairs of static and dynamic faces to investigate how methodological differences may impact infants' performance.
Infants; Gender identity
Child Psychology | Cognitive Neuroscience | Cognitive Science
Cheun, Bijoux; Saliba, Christina; Rice, Alexis; and Espina, Marian, "Infants' Intermodal Knowledge of Gender Using Faces and Voices" (2022). Undergraduate Research Symposium Posters. 88.
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