can be replicated for long-term memory of position, the spatial secondary tasks should interfere with spatial memory more strongly than the non-spatial tasks do, and this ... The third factor was frame congruency which is defined by the arrangement of the arch during learning and test. ... This variation was introduced to get more information on the spatial reference system that was used by the subjects.
|Title||:||Memory and Processing of Visual and Spatial Information|
|Author||:||Hubert D. Zimmer, Johannes Engelkamp|