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Recently, we found that dividing attention reduced recollection and familiarity for visual objects, but a different pattern emerged for auditory object memory: auditory object recollection was not affected by dividing attention. This could be attributable to differing levels of baseline performance with visual memory far exceeding auditory memory. Thus, we attempted to equate baseline performance in both modalities in order to adequately investigate the previous findings.
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Lee, Sharica; Salomon, Alexa; Werner, Laura L.S.; Mohawk, Kevin D.; and McMullin, Maggie, "Investigating the impact of dividing attention on auditory and visual object memory" (2022). Undergraduate Research Symposium Posters. 134.
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