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Twenty right-handed undergraduate men were taught in free vision to categorize distortions of prototypic random forms and were then tested in a Go/No Go task with lateralized tachistoscopic presentations of previously sorted (old) distortions, new distortions, the prototypes, and unrelated forms. Accuracy of performance on positive items increased in the order New < Old < Prototype. More false alarms occurred to unrelated items in the right than in the left visual field, suggesting that thedoi:10.2466/pms.1922.214.171.1245 pmid:724400 fatcat:55smn7alhfcq7ev3nrvwcoavjq