Maintaining the ties that bind: The role of an intermediate visual memory store in the persistence of awareness

Cognitive Neuropsychology 24 (2):187-210 (2007)

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Keywords Awareness*  Form and Shape Perception*  Motion Perception*  Short Term Memory*  Visual Attention*  Familiarity  Persistence  Visual Perception
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