Haptic classification of common objects: Knowledge-driven exploration

  title={Haptic classification of common objects: Knowledge-driven exploration},
  author={S. Lederman and R. Klatzky},
  journal={Cognitive Psychology},
  • S. Lederman, R. Klatzky
  • Published 1990
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • In Experiment 1, haptically available object properties that would be diagnostic for constrained common object classification at the basic and subordinate levels were elicited in a questionnaire. The results are considered in terms of the nature of the haptically derived representations of common objects. Initial data are also presented regarding knowledge of the natural co-occurrence of properties in haptic object perception. In Experiment 2, the hand movements executed during haptic… CONTINUE READING
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