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Iconic memory of icon?

By Dr Siu L. Chow

Abstract

The objectives of the present commentary are to show that (1) one important theoretical property of iconic memory is inconsistent with a retinotopic icon, (2) data difficult for the notion of an icon do not necessarily challenge the notion of an iconic store, (3) the iconic store, as a theoretical mechanism, is an ecologically valid one, and (4) the rationale of experimentation is such that the experimental task need not mimic the phenomenon being studied

Topics: Cognitive Psychology
Year: 1987
OAI identifier: oai:cogprints.org:2956

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