Serial recall of visuospatial and verbal information with and without material-specific interference: implications for contemporary models of working memory.

@article{Davis2013SerialRO,
  title={Serial recall of visuospatial and verbal information with and without material-specific interference: implications for contemporary models of working memory.},
  author={Lynne Cole Davis and Shruti Rane and Merrill Hiscock},
  journal={Memory},
  year={2013},
  volume={21 7},
  pages={
          778-97
        }
}
A longstanding question in working memory (WM) research concerns the fractionation of verbal and nonverbal processing. Although some contemporary models include both domain-specific and general-purpose mechanisms, the necessity to postulate differential processing of verbal and nonverbal material remains unclear. In the present two-experiment series we revisit the order reconstruction paradigm that Jones, Farrand, Stuart, and Morris (1995) used to support a unitary model of WM. Goals were to… CONTINUE READING

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