Using selective interference to investigate spatial memory representations.

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Two experiments used a selective interference procedure in an attempt to determine whether nonverbal visual stimuli were represented in memory in a verbal or spatial format. A spatial representation was clearly implicated. In both experiments, Ss were required to remember either the positions or the identities of seven target items in a 25-item array… (More)
DOI: 10.3758/BF03198151

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