Threatening Social Interactions Encoded More Efficiently in Visual Working Memory

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Visual Working Memory (VWM) has been shown to increase encoding efficiency by storing interactive actions as “chunks”. However, it is unclear whether social meanings (e.g., valence) of interactive actions affect the efficiency of VWM encoding. In two experiments, participants studied a memory array with actions that were either involved in threatening or non-threatening interactions. All studies w...

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