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  1. 1. Palmer (1975) Aim: To find out whether context would affect perception Procedure: 64 students tested in a laboratory experiment. Shown visual scenes like a kitchen for 2 seconds (to provide context) 4 conditions of the context (the independent variable): 1. Appropriate e.g. recognising a loaf after seeing a kitchen scene 2. Inappropriate e.g. recognising a mailbox which looks like a loaf after seeing a kitchen scene 3. Inappropriate, different object: e.g. recognising a drum after seeing a kitchen scene 4. No context Findings: (draw the graph and write down 2 findings from the graph) Conclusion: