The Dynamics of Visual Representation, Attention, Encoding, and Retrieval Processes
Annual rept. 1 Oct 1990-30 Sep 1991,
PENNSYLVANIA UNIV PHILADELPHIA
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This is the Annual Technical Report of work supported by a grant entitled The dynamics of visual representation Attention, encoding, and retrieval processes. After a section describing the objectives of the work, the report provides a synopsis of the principal accomplishments thus far, under the following headings Relations between the transformation revealed by two paradigms, Influence of reciting direction on location-probe performance in the probed-recitinglocation-probe mixture, Improvements in the timing of spoken responses, Representation of location information, Initial results from a double-location-probe procedure, Completion of analyses and publication supporting stages in mental operations, Effects of two kinds of degradation on encoding arrays of characters, and Effects of legibility on order of processing.