Walking through Doorways Causes Forgetting: Further Explorations

@article{Radvansky2011WalkingTD,
  title={Walking through Doorways Causes Forgetting: Further Explorations},
  author={G. Radvansky and Sabine A. Krawietz and Andrea Tamplin},
  journal={Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology},
  year={2011},
  volume={64},
  pages={1632 - 1645}
}
Previous research using virtual environments has revealed a location-updating effect in which there is a decline in memory when people move from one location to another. Here we assess whether this effect reflects the influence of the experienced context, in terms of the degree of immersion of a person in an environment, as suggested by some work in spatial cognition, or by a shift in context. In Experiment 1, the degree of immersion was reduced by using smaller displays. In comparison, in… Expand
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