Sensory storage shows a short-lived part-report advantage that survives an aftercoming visual noise pattern (Smithson and Mollon, 2006). We tested whether such an advantage survives different types of high-contrast mask. The target was a 3 × 4 array of digits. The mask could be (a) a noise pattern, (b) an array of eights, or (c) an array of random digits. In a preliminary experiment, target and mask were interleaved (at 140 Hz) and target contrast was varied to determine the level at which pe...Expand abstract
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Compatible and incompatible representations in visual sensory storage.
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