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    Priming tool actions: Are real objects more effective primes than pictures? 

    Squires, S.D.; Macdonald, S.N.; Culham, J.C.; Snow, Jacqueline C. (Experimental Brain Research, 2016)
    Humans are faster to grasp an object such as a tool if they have previewed the same object beforehand. This priming effect is strongest when actors gesture the use of the tool rather than simply move it, possibly because ...
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    Real-world objects are more memorable than photographs of objects 

    Snow, Jacqueline C.; Skiba, Rafal M.; Coleman, Taylor L.; Berryhill, Marian E. (Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 2014)
    Research studies in psychology typically use two-dimensional (2D) images of objects as proxies for real-world three-dimensional (3D) stimuli. There are, however, a number of important differences between real objects and ...