Learning Goal: I’m working on a psychology multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Design an experiment to determine if 1-month-old infants can see a stationary object.Useone of the “looking” measures (or a variant), described in your Infancy Text or other readings for this course (e.g., visual preference method; infant-control habituation andrecovery method; novelty preference method).Be sure to answer each part fully. A) Describe your stimuliB) Describe your methodC) What is your DV (measure) –be specificD) Hypothesized resultsE) Explain how your hypothesized results will show that infants can see the object.Don’t worry- you are not expected to have a perfect answer! The purpose of this assignment is for you to think deeply about how you would ask a question about what infants can and cannot perceive—and do so in a way that you can be certain of the answeryou get.Later in the course you will learn about how researchers typically structure an experiment to ask this question. Single space please.
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