Interference in immediate spatial memory: shifts of spatial attention or central-executive involvement?

@article{Klauer1997InterferenceII,
  title={Interference in immediate spatial memory: shifts of spatial attention or central-executive involvement?},
  author={Karl Christoph Klauer and R Stegmaier},
  journal={The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. A, Human experimental psychology},
  year={1997},
  volume={50 1},
  pages={79-99}
}
Interference in serial spatial memory was investigated in six experiments. Experiment 1 replicated Experiment 2 by Smyth and Scholey (1994) in showing that listening to tones that originated from different directions interfered with spatial memory. Experiment 2 showed, however, that the effect of mere listening was not observed when this was the only interference condition experienced by the subject. In Experiment 3, a binary pitch discrimination task performed on spatially separated tones… CONTINUE READING

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