Relationship between measures of working memory capacity and the time course of short-term memory retrieval and interference resolution.

@article{Oztekin2010RelationshipBM,
  title={Relationship between measures of working memory capacity and the time course of short-term memory retrieval and interference resolution.},
  author={Ilke Oztekin and Brian McElree},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={2010},
  volume={36 2},
  pages={383-97}
}
The response-signal speed-accuracy trade-off (SAT) procedure was used to investigate the relationship between measures of working memory capacity and the time course of short-term item recognition. High- and low-span participants studied sequentially presented 6-item lists, immediately followed by a recognition probe. Analyses of composite list and serial position SAT functions found no differences in retrieval speed between the 2 span groups. Overall accuracy was higher for high spans than low… CONTINUE READING

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