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   2011, Vol. 19 Issue (11) : 1605-1614     DOI:
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Mechanism of Visual Working Memory Consolidation: Vulcanization or Recession?
SUN Hui-Ming;FU Xiao-Lan
(1 Nanjing Institute of Politics of PLA, Nanjing 210003, China)
(2 Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100101, China)
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Abstract  Vogel et al., (2006) used masked change detection paradigm to investigate the time course of VWM consolidation. They spoke of consolidation as a process to transform a transient perceptual representation into durable representation in VWM that survived interference by new sensory input. Based on the review studies of consolidation, we assumed that consolidation was not an additional process that added a new quality to the to-be-memory items presentation in VWM but it was the recession of mask interference if the time was long enough to build up inhibition.
Keywords visual working memory consolidation      masked change detection paradigm      attention      vulcanization      recession     
Corresponding Authors: SUN Hui-Ming   
Issue Date: 15 November 2011
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SUN Hui-Ming,FU Xiao-Lan. Mechanism of Visual Working Memory Consolidation: Vulcanization or Recession?[J]. , 2011, 19(11): 1605-1614.
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