Long-term Memory in Change Blindness

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Description: People have a large and detailed long-term memory for seen objects (Brady et al., 2008). However, people are also highly susceptible to change blindness and fail to notice changes to images they saw moments ago. Does so-called "just-in-time perception" take priority over accessing long-term memory in change detection tasks?

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The pre-registration for this project may be viewed here. This page lays out the procedures for data collection and analysis for this experiment. The R code for the analysis script is also available.

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    This study explores the role of task instructions on subject performance.

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  • VSS 2016 Poster

    Poster presented at the Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting (2016).

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  • Reconciling change blindness with long-term memory for objects

    How can we reconcile remarkably precise long-term memory for thousands of images with failures to detect changes to similar images? We explored whethe...

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