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Evidence for two types of spatial representations: hemispheric specialization for categorical and coordinate relations.
Analyses of human object recognition abilities led to the hypothesis that 2 kinds of spatial relation representations are used in human vision. Evidence for the distinction between abstractExpand
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Very Long-Lasting Priming in Picture Naming
A form of long-lasting repetition priming has been demonstrated by faster naming of pictures repeated from a prior exposure than new pictures This facilitation is independent of explicit memory inExpand
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Intact verbal and nonverbal short‐term memory following damage to the human hippocampus
Short‐term memory was assessed in two groups of amnesic patients. Six patients had confirmed or suspected damage to the hippocampal formation, and six patients had diencephalic damage as a result ofExpand
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Intact and long-lasting repetition priming in amnesia.
In 2 experiments, we evaluated the ability of amnesic patients to exhibit long-lasting perceptual priming after a single exposure to pictures. Ss named pictures as quickly as possible on a singleExpand
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Effects of color and pattern on implicit and explicit picture memory.
The degree to which repetition priming is perceptually specific is informative about the mechanisms of implicit memory as well as of perceptual processing. In 2 sets of experiments with pictures asExpand
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Sequential processes in image generation
Abstract The results reported in this paper indicate that images of simple two-dimensional patterns are formed sequentially. Segments of block letters were imaged in roughly the order in which mostExpand
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The Role of Parts and Spatial Relations in Object Identification
An investigation of the role of parts and their spatial relations in object identification is reported. At the most general level, two important results were obtained. First, proper spatial relationsExpand
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Equivalent impairment of spatial and nonspatial memory following damage to the human hippocampus
The hippocampus has sometimes been proposed to function as a cognitive map, a memory system that stores information about allocentric space. Work with experimental animals and memory‐impairedExpand
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Vascular tree structure affects lung blood flow heterogeneity simulated in three dimensions.
Pulmonary arterial tree structures related to blood flow heterogeneity were simulated by using a symmetrical, bifurcating model in three-dimensional space. The branch angle (Theta), daughter-parentExpand
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Intact and long-lasting repetition priming in amnesia.
In 2 experiments, we evaluated the ability of amnesic patients to exhibit long-lasting perceptual priming after a single exposure to pictures. Ss named pictures as quickly as possible on a singleExpand
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