Leibowitz H W, Guzy L T, Peterson E, Blake P T, 1993, "Quantitative perceptual estimates: verbal versus nonverbal retrieval techniques" Perception 22(9) 1051 – 1060
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Quantitative perceptual estimates: verbal versus nonverbal retrieval techniques
Herschel W Leibowitz, Lawrence T Guzy, Ellen Peterson, Patrick T Blake
Received 30 January 1992, in revised form 25 July 1992
Abstract. Examples of the inaccessibility of mental processes by means of verbal recall are described with particular reference to the accuracy of quantitative estimates of size, distance, and duration. Evidence is presented in support of the hypothesis that nonverbal retrieval techniques are more accurate than quantitative verbal estimates. Implications for the judicial process are considered.
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