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We demonstrate that it is relatively easy in a real life situation to make reasonably intelligent adults believe that they have witnessed something they actually have not seen themselves, but only heard reports about from others, and to make them report about particular details of the event. The...
The short‐term memory (STM) of 25 deaf and 20 hearing adults fluent in Australian Sign Language (Auslan) was tested using both free‐ and serial‐recall versions of three tasks. On two tasks, where stimuli were presented as either written words or Auslan signs, hearing subjects performed...
Two experiments are reported that examine effects of certain visual display parameters on subjects' ability to lipread numbers. The quality of the image of the speaker's face is altered by varying temporal resolution (frame rate), spatial resolution (number of pixels) and contrast resolution...
The ability to recall colours that have only been experienced incidentally (i.e. without deliberately being learnt) is an important aspect of eyewitness recall. However, little is known about the accuracy of adults or children's incidental recall of colours, and the results from previous studies...
There is a growing body of evidence suggesting that many traditional instructional techniques may unnecessarily overload limited working memory and impede learning. Based on cognitive load theory, it was hypothesised that instructional design only takes on a crucial role when there is a high...
Collaborative retrieval was investigated in two experiments. The experiments were explicitly designed to investigate how different types of memory tasks were affected by two individuals working together compared to individuals working on their own. A nominal group score was treated as the...
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