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The preferential looking time paradigm, also known as the dishabituation paradigm, is used to study human infants 'understanding of the physical and social world (Baillargeon & DeVos 1991; Spelke
Recall that dishabituation paradigms involve showing the subject a stimulus until it no longer holds the subject's attention, and then showing them one of two alternative stimuli.
And one of the problems with using habituation as a dieting strategy would be that people also show dishabituation.
... the data indicate that habituation and dishabituation
The dishabituation reflects the infant's expectation that the screen's rotation will be blocked by the occluded object).