Selective Interference Effects on Working Memory during Navigation

Fitzgerald, Michael W.


  • The present study used dual-tasking to examine the involvement of working memory components in navigation based learning and recall processes. In the experiment, participants navigated a large-scale, desktop virtual environment while responding to one of three audio distractor tasks targeting working memory components. Converging evidence from recall tasks testing environment knowledge (landmark r... read more
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