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    Infants learn about the environment through their sensory systems. Explain this statement.

    What examples illustrate this concept?

    How does this information relate to the nature vs. nurture controversy and your understanding of child development?

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    One big way that infants discover about their world is orally. It's one reason that as soon as he can grasp an object it goes in the mouth. This teaches the infant much about taste and texture of an object. He can learn if the object is hot or cold, smooth or rough or if the food item is ...

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    The expert examines an infant sensory system for Child Development. The information related to the nature versus nurture controversy is determined.

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