Isolated processing of geometric shapes and their corresponding shape words: Evidence from a delayed match-to-sample task.

Abstract

Some theorists propose a domain-specific cognitive system dedicated to processing geometric information, but existence of this system remains debatable because of challenges in isolating geometric from linguistic and semantic processing. Recently, Sturz, Edwards, and Boyer (2014) developed a delayed match-to-sample task that presented a sample of a shape… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/xhp0000210

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@article{Edwards2016IsolatedPO, title={Isolated processing of geometric shapes and their corresponding shape words: Evidence from a delayed match-to-sample task.}, author={Joshua E. Edwards and Ty W. Boyer and Zenobia Bell and Bradley Sturz}, journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance}, year={2016}, volume={42 8}, pages={1088-103} }