Explicit and implicit memory for rotating objects.

  title={Explicit and implicit memory for rotating objects.},
  author={Taosheng Liu and L. Annie Cooper},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  volume={29 4},
Although both the object and the observer often move in natural environments, the effect of motion on visual object recognition ha not been well documented. The authors examined the effect of a reversal in the direction of rotation on both explicit and implicit memory for novel, 3-dimensional objects. Participants viewed a series of continuously rotating objects and later made either an old-new recognition judgment or a symmetric-asymmetric decision. For both tasks, memory for rotating objects… CONTINUE READING

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