Dissociating working memory updating and automatic updating: The reference-back paradigm.

@article{RacLubashevsky2016DissociatingWM,
  title={Dissociating working memory updating and automatic updating: The reference-back paradigm.},
  author={Rachel Rac-Lubashevsky and Yoav Kessler},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={2016},
  volume={42 6},
  pages={951-969}
}
Working memory (WM) updating is a controlled process through which relevant information in the environment is selected to enter the gate to WM and substitute its contents. We suggest that there is also an automatic form of updating, which influences performance in many tasks and is primarily manifested in reaction time sequential effects. The goal of the… CONTINUE READING