The Simultaneous Type, Serial Token Model of Temporal Attention and Working Memory. Bowman, H. and Wyble, B.
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A detailed description of the simultaneous type, serial token (ST 2) model is presented. ST 2 is a model of temporal attention and working memory that encapsulates 5 principles: (a) M. M. Chun and M. C. Potter's (1995) 2-stage model, (b) a Stage 1 salience filter, (c) N. G. Kanwisher's (1987, 1991) types–tokens distinction, (d) a transient attentional enhancement, and (e) a mechanism for associating types with tokens called the binding pool. The authors instantiate this theoretical position in a connec-tionist implementation, called neural-ST 2 , which they illustrate by modeling temporal attention results focused on the attentional blink (AB). They demonstrate that the ST 2 model explains a spectrum of AB findings. Furthermore, they highlight a number of new temporal attention predictions arising from the ST 2 theory, which are tested in a series of behavioral experiments. Finally, the authors review major AB models and theories and compare them with ST 2 .
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 abstract = {A detailed description of the simultaneous type, serial token (ST 2) model is presented. ST 2 is a model of temporal attention and working memory that encapsulates 5 principles: (a) M. M. Chun and M. C. Potter's (1995) 2-stage model, (b) a Stage 1 salience filter, (c) N. G. Kanwisher's (1987, 1991) types–tokens distinction, (d) a transient attentional enhancement, and (e) a mechanism for associating types with tokens called the binding pool. The authors instantiate this theoretical position in a connec-tionist implementation, called neural-ST 2 , which they illustrate by modeling temporal attention results focused on the attentional blink (AB). They demonstrate that the ST 2 model explains a spectrum of AB findings. Furthermore, they highlight a number of new temporal attention predictions arising from the ST 2 theory, which are tested in a series of behavioral experiments. Finally, the authors review major AB models and theories and compare them with ST 2 .},
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