Influence of Implicit Beliefs and Visual Working Memory on Label Use

Abstract

This study aims to examine the factors that influence the use of labels when making similarity decisions. We predict that a person‘s visual working memory (VWM) ability and implicit beliefs can predict the frequency in which a subject will rely on labels when making similarity decisions. To test this hypothesis, participants completed a VWM task along with… (More)

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@inproceedings{Hahn2011InfluenceOI, title={Influence of Implicit Beliefs and Visual Working Memory on Label Use}, author={Amanda C Hahn and Takashi Yamauchi and Na-Yung Yu}, booktitle={CogSci}, year={2011} }