Memory-Guided Inference in Same – Different Comparison Tasks

@inproceedings{LachmannMemoryGuidedII,
  title={Memory-Guided Inference in Same – Different Comparison Tasks},
  author={Thomas Lachmann and Cees van Leeuwen}
}
Since the time of Gestalt psychology, it has been known that stimulus structure plays an important role in visual object recognition (e.g., Gottschaldt, 1926). Whereas the Gestaltists were largely concerned with the description of phenomena, more recent approaches have endeavored to discover the underlying information processes. For doing so, reaction time (RT) measures have proved to be a useful instrument (Lachman, Lachman, & Butterfield, 1979). It soon became clear that the influence of… CONTINUE READING
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