Very short-term visual memory for size and shape.

@article{Palmer1988VerySV,
  title={Very short-term visual memory for size and shape.},
  author={John D. Allen George E. Cort Tom P. McLaughlin Ronald G Palmer},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  year={1988},
  volume={43 3},
  pages={278-86}
}
Very short-term visual memory is often studied using partial report of alphanumeric characters to measure cue-delay effects. Although such cue-delay effects have been extensively studied, few studies have considered noncharacter stimuli, and those few were mixed in their conclusions. Here, three experiments pursued the cue-delay effect for discrimination judgments ofnoncharacter stimuli, such as the length of a line or the shape of a rectangle. In the line-length experiment, four lines were… CONTINUE READING

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