Peekaboo! Spike Kitten - Southland New Zealand


Gore, New Zealand

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Spike hiding in the grasses from the chickens. He was not too sure about tackling something that was bigger than he was.
Interesting information on the word Peekaboo…
Peekaboo (also spelled Peek-a-boo) is a game played with babies. In the game, the older player hides their face, pops back into the baby’s view, and says Peekaboo! sometimes followed by I see you! Peekaboo is thought by developmental psychologists to demonstrate an infant’s inability to understand object permanence. Object permanence is an important stage of cognitive development for infants. Numerous tests regarding it have been done, usually involving a toy, and a crude barrier which is placed in front of the toy, and then removed, repeatedly. In early sensorimotor stages, the infant is completely unable to comprehend object permanence. Psychologist Jean Piaget conducted experiments with infants which led him to conclude that this awareness was typically achieved at eight to nine months of age. Infants before this age are too young to understand object permanence. A lack of Object Permanence can lead to A-not-B errors, where children reach for a thing at a place where it should not be.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ35 Southland New Zealand


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