Consistent mapping and automatic visual search: comparing persons with and without intellectual disability.

  • Ernest Merrill
  • Published 2004 in
    Journal of intellectual disability research…


BACKGROUND Merrill et al. (1996) reported that persons with intellectual disability (ID) were slower at learning a visual search task to automaticity relative to persons of the same age without ID. For persons without ID, automaticity develops most rapidly under conditions in which a response is always the same for a particular stimulus. This study was… (More)


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