Configuration and position encoding in children.


2 experiments were carried out to clarify the process by which children encode briefly presented spatial positions. The task in both experiments was judging whether a test dot occupied the same position on a card as any 1 of a number of dots which had been presented tachistoscopically. Subjects were first, third, and fifth graders. In the first experiment… (More)

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@article{Farkas1979ConfigurationAP, title={Configuration and position encoding in children.}, author={Max0301rk Farkas and D W Smothergill}, journal={Child development}, year={1979}, volume={50 2}, pages={519-23} }