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A recognition experiment with a set of simple visual patterns was performed. The patterns were composed of three binary features: Lines, angles and curve segments. The pattern sets differed with respect to the distance between components and the symmetry of the arrangement. The empirical...
The assumption of Massaro, that the preperceptual auditory image is processed at the same rate as the stimulus information, was tested for pitch recognition, using a recognition masking paradigm. The data clearly show that the preperceptual image is processed with a much lower rate.
Acquisition of a manipulative response under contingent and non-contingent maternal social stimulation was examined in seven- and ten-month-old infants. Response acquisition was reliably deomonstrated in the case of the ten-month-old infants, but not in the case of the seven-month-old infants....
Predictions derived from an information seeking, attribution model of false autonomic feedback were tested in an experiment using a 3 × 3 design. Male students (n = 61) viewed aversive slides accompanied by either increasing, constant, or no heart sounds. They were instructed either to attend to...
The primary goal of Schulze and Schuster's (1977) experiment was to test Massaro's (1972) hypothesis that the rate of processing of the auditory image after the tone is turned off is equal to the rate of processing the stimulus code while the stimulus is present. The experiment was unsuccessful,...
Perceptual identification is conceived here as a two-stage process which includes perceptual processing and a response-decision. Three models for the decision part are discussed. Nakatani's (1972) model is based on choice theory and incorporates sophisticated guessing. Rumelhart's (1971) model...
Subjects made personality judgements of stimulus persons on the basis of auditory and visual cues presented in isolation and/or combination. In a 3 × 4 factorial design either no visual cues or photos or video clips were presented in the visual channel, whereas in the auditory channel either...
Acting on the assumption that pictures affect the processing of sentences only when providing additional information, the authors used pictures, which in an earlier experiment had failed to influence the retention of noun sentences, as illustrations to semantically undefined pronoun sentences,...
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