Amnesia for object attributes: Failure to report attended information that had just reached conscious awareness

Brad Wyble
We intuitively believe that when we become consciously aware of a visual stimulus, we will be able to remember it for immediate report. The present study provides a series of striking demonstrations that are inconsistent with such an intuition. Four experiments showed that in certain conditions, participants cannot report an attribute (e.g. letter identity) of a stimulus, even when that attribute had been attended and reached a full state of conscious awareness just prior to...
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