Boundary extension: findings and theories.

@article{Hubbard2010BoundaryEF,
  title={Boundary extension: findings and theories.},
  author={Timothy L. Hubbard and Joanna Lynn Hutchison and Jon R Courtney},
  journal={Quarterly journal of experimental psychology},
  year={2010},
  volume={63 8},
  pages={1467-94}
}
A view of a scene is often remembered as containing information that might have been present just beyond the actual boundaries of that view, and this is referred to as boundary extension. Characteristics of the view (e.g., scene or nonscene; close-up or wide-angle; whether objects are cropped, static, or in motion, emotionally neutral or emotionally charged), display (e.g., aperture shape and size; target duration; retention interval; whether probes of memory involve magnification/minification… CONTINUE READING
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