Multiple Object Permanence Tracking: Maintenance, Retrieval and Transformation of Dynamic Object Representations

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Saiki, Jun;
(2008)
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Multiple object permanence tracking (MOPT) task revealed that our ability of maintaining and transforming multiple representations of complex feature-bound objects is limited to handle only 1-2 objects. Often reported capacity of 3-5 objects likely reflects memory for p... View more
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