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ERIC Number: ED066951
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Apr-4
Pages: 7
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Differential Cognitive Cues in Pictorial Depth Perception.
Omari, Issa M.; Cook, Harold
The experiment described in this report investigates the effects of various cognitive cues in questions asked regarding the relationship of elements in pictorial depth perception. The subjects of this study are 40 third grade Black and Puerto Rican children. They are confronted with four pictures from the Hudson Depth Perception Tests and asked to reply to questions concerning depth perception relationships. The varying cues in the question on relationships draw varying reactions from the subjects, thereby suggesting certain conclusions. The results support the theory that expressions containing marked adjectives are more difficult than their counterparts. Details of the experiment, findings, and discussion are included in this report. References are provided. (VM)
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Note: Draft of paper presented at the American Educational Research Association annual convention, Chicago, Illinois, April 4, 1972