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Visual short-term memory for coherent motion in video game players: evidence from a memory-masking paradigm

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Pavan, Andrea ; Hobaek, Martine ; Blurton, Steven P. ; Contillo, Adriano ; Ghin, Filippo ; Greenlee, Mark W.
Date of publication of this fulltext: 30 Apr 2019 07:16


In this study, we investigated visual short-term memory for coherent motion in action video game players (AVGPs), non-action video game players (NAVGPs), and non-gamers (control group: CONs). Participants performed a visual memory-masking paradigm previously used with macaque monkeys and humans. In particular, we tested whether video game players form a more robust visual short-term memory trace ...


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