Nothing left in store . . . But how do we measure attentional capacity?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 24 (1):132-133 (2001)
Abstract
I compare the concepts of “activation” and “storage” as foundations of short-term memory, and suggest that an attention-based view of STM does not need to posit specialized short-term stores. In particular, no compelling evidence supports the hypothesis of time-limited stores. Identifying sources of activation, examining the role of activated procedural knowledge, and studying working memory development are central issues in modelling capacity-limited focal attention.
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