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Intrinsic orientation and study viewpoint in recognizing spatial structure of a shape
Li, Xiaoou2; Mou, Weimin1,2; McNamara, Timothy P.3; Weimin Mou
2009-06-01
Source PublicationPSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
ISSN1069-9384
SubtypeArticle
Volume16Issue:3Pages:518-523
AbstractTwo experiments dissociated the roles of intrinsic orientation of a shape and participants' study viewpoint in shape recognition. In Experiment 1, participants learned shapes with a rectangular background that was oriented differently from their viewpoint, and then recognized target shapes, which were created by splitting study shapes along different intrinsic axes, at different views. Results showed that recognition was quicker when the study shapes were split along the axis parallel to the orientation of the rectangular background than when they were split along the axis parallel to participants' viewpoint. In Experiment 2, participants learned shapes without the rectangular background. The results showed that recognition was quicker when the study shape was split along the axis parallel to participants' viewpoint. In both experiments, recognition was quicker at the study view than at a novel view. An intrinsic model of object representation and recognition was proposed to explain these findings.; Two experiments dissociated the roles of intrinsic orientation of a shape and participants' study viewpoint in shape recognition. In Experiment 1, participants learned shapes with a rectangular background that was oriented differently from their viewpoint, and then recognized target shapes, which were created by splitting study shapes along different intrinsic axes, at different views. Results showed that recognition was quicker when the study shapes were split along the axis parallel to the orientation of the rectangular background than when they were split along the axis parallel to participants' viewpoint. In Experiment 2, participants learned shapes without the rectangular background. The results showed that recognition was quicker when the study shape was split along the axis parallel to participants' viewpoint. In both experiments, recognition was quicker at the study view than at a novel view. An intrinsic model of object representation and recognition was proposed to explain these findings.
Subject Area认知心理学
Indexed BySSCI
Language英语
WOS IDWOS:000266579900012
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.psych.ac.cn/handle/311026/5497
Collection中国科学院心理研究所回溯数据库(1956-2010)
Corresponding AuthorWeimin Mou
Affiliation1.Univ Alberta, Dept Psychol, Edmonton, AB T6G 2E9, Canada
2.Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Psychol, Beijing 100101, Peoples R China
3.Vanderbilt Univ, Nashville, TN USA
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Li, Xiaoou,Mou, Weimin,McNamara, Timothy P.,et al. Intrinsic orientation and study viewpoint in recognizing spatial structure of a shape[J]. PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW,2009,16(3):518-523.
APA Li, Xiaoou,Mou, Weimin,McNamara, Timothy P.,&Weimin Mou.(2009).Intrinsic orientation and study viewpoint in recognizing spatial structure of a shape.PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW,16(3),518-523.
MLA Li, Xiaoou,et al."Intrinsic orientation and study viewpoint in recognizing spatial structure of a shape".PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW 16.3(2009):518-523.
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