The interface between priming memory and the working memory

Graeme E. Smith
There is an interface between priming memory and working memory that acts to limit the amount of data in working memory, and also allows priming memory to be actively maintained so that memories stay intact while they are in working memory. This interface converts from functional clusters to chunks automatically as part of the transfer from priming to working memory. As a result, memories in working memory can be rehearsed in order to actively maintain...