The effects of sequential attention shifts within visual working memory

@article{Li2014TheEO,
  title={The effects of sequential attention shifts within visual working memory},
  author={Qi Li and Jun Saiki},
  journal={Frontiers in psychology},
  year={2014},
  volume={5},
  pages={965}
}
Previous studies have shown conflicting data as to whether it is possible to sequentially shift spatial attention among visual working memory (VWM) representations. The present study investigated this issue by asynchronously presenting attentional cues during the retention interval of a change detection task. In particular, we focused on two types of sequential attention shifts: (1) orienting attention to one location, and then withdrawing attention from it, and (2) switching the focus of… CONTINUE READING
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The effects of sequential attention shifts within visual working memory

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