Long-term memory for a common object

@article{Nickerson1979LongtermMF,
  title={Long-term memory for a common object},
  author={R. Nickerson and M. Adams},
  journal={Cognitive Psychology},
  year={1979},
  volume={11},
  pages={287-307}
}
Abstract A series of experiments was done to determine how completely and accurately people remember the visual details of a common object, a United States penny. People were asked to: draw a penny from unaided recall; draw a penny given a list of its visual features; choose from among a list of possible features those which do appear on a penny; indicate what was wrong with an erroneous drawing of a penny; and select the correct representation of a penny from among a set of incorrect drawings… Expand
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