I remember stumbling across a very interesting study/experiment a few months ago. Now I want to try to find it again. Unfortunately I cannot for the life of me recall the name of the experiment nor the names of the experimenters. I was hoping somebody here could help me.
The study went something like this:
Two groups of subjects are shown the same set of images, but with different labels on them. Later they are asked to draw the same images from memory. The results showed that they tended to draw a picture that more closely represented the label that was on it than the original.
I am not sure if this was meant to show perceptual sets, priming, context effects or what have you.
Does anybody know which study this was?