View-specific effects of depth rotation and foreshortening on the initial recognition and priming of familiar objects.

@article{Lawson1998ViewspecificEO,
  title={View-specific effects of depth rotation and foreshortening on the initial recognition and priming of familiar objects.},
  author={Rebecca Lawson and Glyn W. Humphreys},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  year={1998},
  volume={60 6},
  pages={1052-66}
}
In a series of three experiments, we examined, first, the effects of viewpoint in depth on the efficiency of initial picture naming and, second, the effects of priming on subsequent naming. On initial presentation, foreshortened views were harder to name than were more typical (nonforeshortened) views. In addition, priming increased as a function of the similarity of the prime and target. Indeed, if a foreshortened view of an object had already been named, the subjects named a subsequent… CONTINUE READING

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