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Perceptual Set and Language Directionality.

@inproceedings{Keenan1970PerceptualSA,
  title={Perceptual Set and Language Directionality.},
  author={V. Keenan},
  year={1970}
}
After tachistoscopic exposure of a row of letters, recall functions show bowing and skewedness similar to the standard serial position curve that results from sequential presentation of elements. A similar curve is generated by recall of binary elements presented briefly and simultaneoualy. Prior investigators have interpreted this effect as an internal, post-exposure, sequential processing of the pattern from left to right as determined by reading habits. In this experiment, 48 children who… Expand
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