The global array: Not new to infant researchers
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We find Stoffregen and Bardy's argument that the senses are united and that specificity exists within the global array compelling. However, this view is not entirely new and research on the development and the origins of perception in infancy, inspired by Gibson's ecological perspective, also supports their claims. The inclusion of this developmental research will strengthen and challenge some of Stoffregen and Bardy's views.
Flom, Ross A. and Bahrick, Lorraine E., "The global array: Not new to infant researchers" (2001). Department of Psychology. 95.