Working memory and the attentional blink: blink size is predicted by individual differences in operation span.

@article{Colzato2007WorkingMA,
  title={Working memory and the attentional blink: blink size is predicted by individual differences in operation span.},
  author={Lorenza S. Colzato and Michiel M. A. Spap{\'e} and Merel M. Pannebakker and Bernhard Hommel},
  journal={Psychonomic bulletin & review},
  year={2007},
  volume={14 6},
  pages={1051-7}
}
The attentional blink (AB) is often attributed to resource limitations, but the nature of these resources is commonly underspecified. Recent observations rule out access to short-term memory or storage capacity as limiting factors, but operation bottlenecks are still an option. We considered the operation span of working memory (WM) as a possible factor and investigated the relationship between individual WM operation span (as measured by OSPAN), fluid intelligence (as measures by Raven's SPM… CONTINUE READING
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