Indirect assessment of visual working memory for simple and complex objects by ProQuest

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									Memory & Cognition
2008, 36 (6), 1132-1143
doi: 10.3758/MC.36.6.1132




                   Indirect assessment of visual working memory
                           for simple and complex objects
                                              Tal Makovski and Yuhong v. Jiang
                                            Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
                                         and University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota

                Previous research has shown that visual search performance is modulated by the current contents in visual
             working memory (VWM), even when the contents of VWM are irrelevant to the search task. For example, visual
             search is faster when the target—rather than a d
								
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