On the relationship between autobiographical memory and perceptual learning.

@article{Jacoby1981OnTR,
  title={On the relationship between autobiographical memory and perceptual learning.},
  author={L. Jacoby and M. Dallas},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. General},
  year={1981},
  volume={110 3},
  pages={
          306-40
        }
}
  • L. Jacoby, M. Dallas
  • Published 1981
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of experimental psychology. General
Although the majority of research on human memory has concentrated on a person's ability to recall or recognize items as having been presented in a particular situation, the effects of memory are also revealed in a person's performance of a perceptual task. Prior experience with material can make that material more easily identified or comprehended in perceptually difficult situations. Unlike with standard retention tests, effects of prior experience on a perceptual task do not logically… Expand
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