Interactions between attention and visual short-term memory (VSTM): What can be learnt from individual and developmental differences?

@article{Astle2011InteractionsBA,
  title={Interactions between attention and visual short-term memory (VSTM): What can be learnt from individual and developmental differences?},
  author={D. Astle and G. Scerif},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2011},
  volume={49},
  pages={1435-1445}
}
An ever increasing amount of research in the fields of developmental psychology and adult cognitive neuroscience explores attentional control as a driver of visual short-term and working memory capacity limits ("VSTM" and "VWM", respectively). However, these literatures have thus far been disparate: they use different measures or different labels, and the constructs of interest often appear to be quite distinct. In the current review, we attempt to bridge these gaps across disciplines and… Expand
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