Location and binding in visual working memory.

@article{Treisman2006LocationAB,
  title={Location and binding in visual working memory.},
  author={Anne Treisman and Weiwei Zhang},
  journal={Memory & cognition},
  year={2006},
  volume={34 8},
  pages={1704-19}
}
Visual working memory (VWM) wa sexplored separatelyfor features and for their binding. Features were better recognized when the probes retained the same binding as in the original display, but changing the locations had little effect overall. However, there were strong interactions of location with binding and with matching or new features, suggesting that, when objects are attended, features and locations are spontaneously integrated in VWM. Despite this, when the locations arechanged… CONTINUE READING
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