Kathryn Chang Barker

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Research has demonstrated that individuals who routinely engage in complex visuospatial tasks (e.g., radar operators) show an enhanced ability to track multiple randomly moving targets. This study examined tracking expertise using members of a University Officer Training Corps (OTCs) who regularly engage in tasks requiring good dynamic spatial cognition. As(More)
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