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Affect influences feature binding in memory: Trading between richness and strength of memory representations.

Spachtholz, Philipp ; Kuhbandner, Christof ; Pekrun, Reinhard


Research has shown that long-term memory representations of objects are formed as a natural product of perception even without any intentional memorization. It is not known, however, how rich these representations are in terms of the number of bound object features. In particular, because feature binding rests on resource-limited processes, there may be a context-dependent trade-off between the ...


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