Report order in tachistoscopic recognition
Report order was investigated using tachistoscopically exposed random letter arrays. No significant interaction between report order and position of fixation point was found, despite significant main efiects for both variables. For right-to-left report order, recognition was superior in theRVF under bilateral presentation, and in the LVF under unilateral presentation. Whereas "sequential scanning" could not account for the findings, a combination of cerebral dominance and forgetting during report did provide a satisfactory explanation of the data. Hence, considerable doubt was cast on Heron's (1957) directional "post-perceptual scanning" hypothesis
Gregory J. Boyle. "Report order in tachistoscopic recognition" Australian Journal of Psychology (1975).
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