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Author (up) Berti, S.; Schröger, E. openurl 
  Title Die Bedeutung sensorischer Verarbeitung und Aufmerksamkeitssteuerung für Arbeits-gedächtnisfunktionenSensory memory and attentional control as a pre-requisite for working memory processes Type Journal Article
  Year 2003 Publication Zeitschrift für Psychologie Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 211 Issue 4 Pages 193-201  
  Keywords sensory memory; working memory; information maintenance; cognitive functions; flexible reaction; attentional control; involuntary attention; pre-attentive sensory processing; Attention; Cognitive Ability; Human Information Storage; Short Term Memory; Memory; Print  
  Abstract Typically, working memory models stress the function of maintaining information in the service of higher cognitive functions. We discuss another aspect of working memory: In accordance with models suggesting a close interaction of working memory and the attentional system (i.e. Cowan, 1999) we investigate the interaction of involuntary attention and central executive processes as a prerequisite for both information maintenance and flexible reaction on unexpected changes in the environment. The present review shows the importance of controlling the effects of pre-attentive sensory processing and the voluntary re-orienting to task-relevant information. It leads to an integrative working memory model including information storage, attention, and sensory processing. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved) (journal abstract)  
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  Notes 0044-3409, PrintGermanJournalPeer Reviewed JournalPrint Approved no  
  Call Number refbase @ user @ Berti2003 Serial 6425  
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