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Implications of differences of echoic and iconic memory for the design of multimodal displays
It has been well documented that dual-task performance is more accurate when each task is based on a different sensory modality. It is also well documented that the memory for each sense has unequal durations, particularly ...
Perceptual Organization in Vision: Emergent Features in Two-Line Space
What exactly are the "parts" that make up the whole object, and how and when do they group? The answer that is proposed hinges on Emergent Features: features that materialize from the configuration which make the object ...
Visual displays: Developing a computational model explaining the global effect
This work aims to integrate Byrne's theory of visual salience computation (2006) with Salvucci's model of eye movements (2001) by testing participants on a visual search task similar to Findlay (1997). By manipulating the ...
Unit analysis of implicit and explicit memory tests
The present study compares the cognitive processes underlying two perceptual implicit memory tests (word stem completion and word fragment completion) and four explicit memory tests (word stem cued recall, word fragment ...
Subject-chosen feedback in a verbal learning task: Can accurate metacognitive monitoring allow one to correctly choose and benefit from feedback?
Feedback has been shown to be beneficial to learning, particularly in the verbal domain. An unexplored attribute of feedback that may affect feedback effectiveness is learners' ability to choose feedback when they want or ...