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As illustrated in the photograph, the display board could be moved along a runner from right-to-left, enabling the experimenter to shift the absolute locations of the stimulus items (line drawings of common objects). For children who received the modified procedure, the pictures were presented one at a time in a single spatial location-the eighth (far right) position on the runner (see the location of “shoe” in the second frame of Fig. 2). After each picture was exposed, it was simultaneously turned over and shifted one position to the child’s left, in conveyor belt fashion.
On the first trial, the examiner taps the blocks in a left-to-right order. Eight of the remaining 1 1 trials involve different random orders that include the tapping of one or two blocks more than once. Consequently, there are only three combinations that can be classified unequivocally as random spatiotemporal. Since Pintner tested individuals ranging in age from 3 years to adulthood, his findings can provide some information regarding developmental changes in the ability to code a random sequence of spatial positions.
Moreover, Gottschalk ( 1965) found significantly better performance for temporal end items (61 % ) as compared to middle items (39%) for her 5-year-old subjects, even though it was the left-to-right spatial order that had to be reconstructed. The evidence so far is clearly consistent with the third prediction derived from the synchrony model. 3. 18 Daniel B. Berch 4. Healy’s Pattern Hypothesis Although Healy’s findings have generally supported the synchrony model, she has elaborated on the specific relationship between spatial and temporal coding.