Do vision and haptics share common representations? Implicit and explicit memory within and between modalities.

@article{Easton1997DoVA,
  title={Do vision and haptics share common representations? Implicit and explicit memory within and between modalities.},
  author={Randolph D Easton and Kavitha Srinivas and Anthony J. Greene},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={1997},
  volume={23 1},
  pages={153-63}
}
Previous assessments of verbal cross-modal priming have typically been conducted with the visual and auditory modalities. Within-modal priming is always found to be substantially larger than cross-modal priming, a finding that could reflect modality modularity, or alternatively, differences between the coding of visual and auditory verbal information (i.e., geometric vs. phonological). The present experiments assessed implicit and explicit memory within and between vision and haptics, where… CONTINUE READING

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