publication . Article . 2012

Object-based benefits without object-based representations.

Alvarez, George Angelo; Fougnie, Daryl; Cormiea, Sarah M;
Open Access
  • Published: 10 Aug 2012 Journal: Journal of Vision, volume 12, pages 300-300 (eissn: 1534-7362, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO)
  • Country: United States
The organization of visual information into objects strongly influences visual memory: Displays with objects defined by two features (e.g. color, orientation) are easier to remember than displays with twice as many objects defined by one feature (Olson & Jiang, 2002). Existing theories suggest that this ‘object-benefit’ is based on object-based limitations in working memory: because a limited number of objects can be stored, packaging features together so that fewer objects have to be remembered improves memory performance. This view predicts that memory for "packaged features" should be correlated (if you remember one feature of an object you should remember th...
free text keywords: Ophthalmology, Sensory Systems, Feature based, Data transfer object, Working memory, Object-oriented design, Object (computer science), Method, Psychology, Object model, Placement syntax, Social psychology, Experimental and Cognitive Psychology, Developmental Neuroscience, General Psychology, Visual memory, Cognitive psychology, Short-term memory
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