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In the attentional blink (AB), processing of a second target (T2) is impaired if it is presented shortly after the onset of a first target (T1), leading to a decrease in accurate report of T2 if T2 is masked. Some prominent theories of the AB suggest that an amodal bottleneck in working memory consolidation underlies the AB. We investigated this by(More)
Experience is an important factor in developing face recognition ability. Given that extraverts show increased social involvement, extraversion may be associated with greater experience with faces, thereby leading to enhanced face recognition ability. However, extraverts also characteristically display high positive affect - an affective state thought to(More)
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