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Revisiting evidence for modularity and functional equivalence across verbal and spatial domains in memory.
The authors revisited evidence in favor of modularity and of functional equivalence between the processing of verbal and spatial information in short-term memory. This was done by investigating theExpand
Bank of Standardized Stimuli (BOSS) Phase II: 930 New Normative Photos
Researchers have only recently started to take advantage of the developments in technology and communication for sharing data and documents. However, the exchange of experimental material has notExpand
Is Banner Blindness Genuine? Eye Tracking Internet Text Advertising
Summary: Over the last decade or so, the Internet has become a privileged media for advertisement. Despite this increase in popularity, several studies suggested that Internet users ‘avoid’ lookingExpand
A spatial modality effect in serial memory.
In 2 experiments, the authors tested whether the classical modality effect-that is, the stronger recency effect for auditory items relative to visual items-can be extended to the spatial domain. AnExpand
Four types of manipulability ratings and naming latencies for a set of 560 photographs of objects
The role of objects’ motor affordances in cognition is a topic that has gained in popularity over the last decades. However, few studies exist that have normed the different motor dimensions of theExpand
The processing of spatial information in short-term memory: insights from eye tracking the path length effect.
Serial memory for spatial locations increases as the distance between successive stimuli locations decreases. This effect, known as the path length effect [Parmentier, F. B. R., Elford, G., &Expand
Irrelevant tapping and the acoustic confusion effect: the effect of spatial complexity.
When items in a to-be-remembered list sound similar, recall performance is worse than when items are acoustically distinct, what is known as the acoustic confusion effect (ACE). When participants areExpand
A motor similarity effect in object memory
In line with theories of embodied cognition (e.g., Versace et al. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 21, 522–560, 2009), several studies have suggested that the motor system used to interactExpand
When motor congruency modulates immediate memory for objects.
In line with the embodied cognition view, some researchers have suggested that our capacity to retain information relies on the perceptual and motor systems used to interact with our environmentExpand
Asymmetric binding in serial memory for verbal and spatial information
As the number of studies showing that items can be retained as bound representations in memory increases, researchers are beginning to investigate how the different features are bound together. InExpand
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