Orientation Invariance in Naming Rotated Objects: Individual Differences and Repetition Priming
In naming drawings of complex common objects, unpracticed naming times increase with rotation away from the upright, but this orientation effect is attenuated with practice. In principle, attenuation could result from learning to extract orientation-invariant information or from learning view-specific representations at the trained orientations. We contrasted these approaches by examining repetition priming for prime-target pairs presented on successive trials in either the same orientation...[Show more]
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