Pictures, words, and sounds: from which format are we best able to reason?

@article{Goolkasian2000PicturesWA,
  title={Pictures, words, and sounds: from which format are we best able to reason?},
  author={Paula Goolkasian},
  journal={The Journal of general psychology},
  year={2000},
  volume={127 4},
  pages={439-59}
}
The effect of presentation format on reasoning was studied with a sentence verification task. Background information was presented in single-format and combined conditions that included pictured, printed, or spoken versions of the stimulus items. In Experiment 1, a test sentence appeared together with the background at varied stimulus onset asynchronies, to study how format influences the acquisition of the stimulus information. In Experiments 2 and 3, however, the test sentence followed the… CONTINUE READING

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