Learning scenes from multiple views: novel views can be recognized more efficiently than learned views.

@article{Waller2009LearningSF,
  title={Learning scenes from multiple views: novel views can be recognized more efficiently than learned views.},
  author={David V. Waller and Alinda Friedman and Eric Hodgson and Nathan Greenauer},
  journal={Memory & cognition},
  year={2009},
  volume={37 1},
  pages={
          90-9
        }
}
In two experiments, participants were trained to recognize a playground scene from four vantage points and were subsequently asked to recognize the playground from a novel perspective between the four learned viewing perspectives, as well as from the trained perspectives. In both experiments, people recognized the novel view more efficiently than those that they had recently used in order to learn the scene. Additionally, in Experiment 2, participants who viewed a novel stimulus on their very… CONTINUE READING