To see and remember: visually specific information is retained in memory from previously attended objects in natural scenes.

@article{Hollingworth2001ToSA,
  title={To see and remember: visually specific information is retained in memory from previously attended objects in natural scenes.},
  author={Andrew Hollingworth and Carrick C. Williams and John M. Henderson},
  journal={Psychonomic bulletin & review},
  year={2001},
  volume={8 4},
  pages={761-8}
}
What is the nature of the representation formed during the viewing of natural scenes? We tested two competing hypotheses regarding the accumulation of visual information during scene viewing. The first holds that coherent visual representations disintegrate as soon as attention is withdrawn from an object and thus that the visual representation of a scene is exceedingly impoverished. The second holds that visual representations do not necessarily decay upon the withdrawal of attention, but… CONTINUE READING

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