Visual working memory continues to develop through adolescence

Abstract

The capacity of visual working memory (VWM) refers to the amount of visual information that can be maintained in mind at once, readily accessible for ongoing tasks. In healthy young adults, the capacity limit of VWM corresponds to about three simple objects. While some researchers argued that VWM capacity becomes adult-like in early years of life, others… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00696

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@inproceedings{Isbell2015VisualWM, title={Visual working memory continues to develop through adolescence}, author={Elif Isbell and Keisuke Fukuda and Helen J. Neville and Edward K. Vogel}, booktitle={Front. Psychol.}, year={2015} }