Analogous mechanisms of selection and updating in declarative and procedural working memory: Experiments and a computational model

@article{Oberauer2013AnalogousMO,
  title={Analogous mechanisms of selection and updating in declarative and procedural working memory: Experiments and a computational model},
  author={K. Oberauer and Alessandra S Souza and M. Druey and M. Gade},
  journal={Cognitive Psychology},
  year={2013},
  volume={66},
  pages={157-211}
}
  • K. Oberauer, Alessandra S Souza, +1 author M. Gade
  • Published 2013
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • The article investigates the mechanisms of selecting and updating representations in declarative and procedural working memory (WM). Declarative WM holds the objects of thought available, whereas procedural WM holds representations of what to do with these objects. Both systems consist of three embedded components: activated long-term memory, a central capacity-limited component for building structures through temporary bindings, and a single-element focus of attention. Five experiments test… CONTINUE READING
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