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A naturalistic study of spatial memory having temporary utility was conducted using 32 faculty and staff of a university, who park in non‐reserved parking spaces, as subjects. The subjects, who were unaware of the study until interviewed, were asked to indicate on a map the exact location where...
Witnesses were asked to identify a young adult female target to whom they had spoken for 15 seconds five minutes earlier in a naturalistic field setting. Subjects were given a single facial photograph or a single tape‐recorded voice of either the target or a highly similar foil, or a...
The primary purpose of this study was to determine whether providing 6th‐grade students with cooperative elaborative interrogation instruction would facilitate learning relative to providing them with cooperative learning, elaborative interrogation or reading‐for‐under‐standing instructions. All...
Vague quantifiers, terms like “quite a bit” and “hardly ever”, are often used in the response scales of psychology and social science questionnaires to measure the frequency of certain behaviours. However, responses to such questions arc confounded because people differ in their interpretations...
The aim of this study is to find out whether the different accident rates on two roads may be explained by drivers' different appreciations of these roads. Therefore a rating scale specially developed for the evaluation of drivers' experience of the road environment was used. The study is based...
A diary study is reported in which volunteers kept records of naturally occurring lapses in the efficiency of everyday travel throughout the environment. Forty‐nine volunteers kept structured diaries over a 4‐week period, in which they supplied a free written description of each error, its...
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