Subject: Computational Biology | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Research Article | Cognitive Psychology | Psychology (excluding Applied Psychology) | Neural Networks | reactivation | adaptation | Computational Neuroscience | primacy | Neural network model | Computer Science | Psychology | working memory | Computerized Simulations | neurobiology | Neurological System | Computer Modeling | Biology | Computer and Information Sciences | Neuroscience | Neuropsychology | Medicine | Anatomy and Physiology | Q | free recall | R | Synapses | Learning and Memory | serial position curves | Science | Data- och informationsvetenskap | spike-frequency adaptation | receency
The dynamic nature of human working memory, the general-purpose system for processing continuous input, while keeping no longer externally available information active in the background, is well captured in immediate free recall of supraspan word-lists. Free recall task... View more
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