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    <the> infant

    stimulus
    something that makes someone or something move or react:
    At this age, the infant begins to react more to visual stimuli.
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    Am I right the following three mean the same?
    At this age, the infant begins to react more to visual stimuli.
    At this age, an infant begins to react more to visual stimuli.
    At this age, infants begin to react more to visual stimuli.

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    Re: <the> infant

    Yes, those three sentences mean the same thing.

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