The Search for the Phonological Store: From Loop to Convolution

@article{Buchsbaum2008TheSF,
  title={The Search for the Phonological Store: From Loop to Convolution},
  author={Bradley R. Buchsbaum and Mark D’Esposito},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2008},
  volume={20},
  pages={762-778}
}
The phonological loop system of Baddeley and colleagues' Working Memory model is a major accomplishment of the modern era of cognitive psychology. It was one of the first information processing models to make an explicit attempt to accommodate both traditional behavioral data and the results of neuropsychological case studies in an integrated theoretical framework. In the early and middle 1990s, the purview of the phonological loop was expanded to include the emerging field of functional brain… 

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