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Generalizing everyday memory: signs and handedness.

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Memory for frequently encountered road signs was investigated. In Experiment 1, the average level of recall of road sign features was found to be only 47%. In Experiment 2, more left-handed than right-handed people recalled that a walking figure faces right on one sign, whereas more right-handed than left-handed people recalled that a digging figure faces left on another sign. Performance thus reflected not a difference in level of mnemonic ability between left-handed and right-handed groups ...

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Publisher copy:
10.3758/bf03201132

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Journal:
Memory and cognition
Volume:
26
Issue:
2
Pages:
193-200
Publication date:
1998-03-05
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EISSN:
1532-5946
ISSN:
0090-502X
URN:
uuid:70c8341a-ae6f-4c24-8e1f-c743be5ce111
Source identifiers:
11878
Local pid:
pubs:11878

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