Cognitive representation of motion in individuals with mental retardation.

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Participants with and without mental retardation were compared on their tendency to show the representational momentum effect when viewing a stimulus array that implied motion. The representational momentum effect occurs when, due to implied or apparent motion, an object is more likely to be remembered slightly shifted in the direction of motion rather than… (More)

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