Naïve impetus and Michotte's "tool effect": evidence from representational momentum.

@article{Hubbard2003NaveIA,
  title={Na{\"i}ve impetus and Michotte's "tool effect": evidence from representational momentum.},
  author={Timothy L. Hubbard and Alessia Favretto},
  journal={Psychological research},
  year={2003},
  volume={67 2},
  pages={134-52}
}
Displacement in the remembered position of targets in displays based on Michotte's (1951/1991) tool effect paradigm was examined. Targets in tool effect displays exhibited less forward displacement than did otherwise identical targets presented in isolation; the decrease in forward displacement was not dependent upon the motion of a visible intermediary, but was dependent upon a visible intermediary contacting both the launcher and the target. The data were consistent with naïve impetus theory… CONTINUE READING

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