Is memory for spatial location automatically encoded?

@article{Ellis1990IsMF,
  title={Is memory for spatial location automatically encoded?},
  author={Noranne Ellis},
  journal={Memory & cognition},
  year={1990},
  volume={18 6},
  pages={584-92}
}
Naveh-Benjamin (1987, 1988) has shown that memory for spatial location does not meet the criteria for automatic encoding as claimed by Hasher and Zacks (1979). Age, intention, concurrent processing demands, practice, strategies, and individual differences affected memory for location. These variables should have affected effortful but not automatic processing. The experiments reported in the present paper, in which a different task was used, showed that intention, practice, and concurrent… CONTINUE READING
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