Visual interference disrupts visual and only visual knowledge

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Abstract We show that visual interference impairs people’s ability to make use of visual knowledge. These results provide strong evidence that making use of stored visual knowledge—long-term memory of what things look like—depends on perceptual mechanisms. When tasked with answering questions about visual features of familiar objects, e.g., verifying that tables have flat surfaces, participants’ a...


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