SAGE Journal Articles

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Article 1: McVee, M. B., Dunsmore, K., & Gavelek, J. R. (2005). Schema theory revisited. Review of Educational Research, 75(4), 531-566. doi:10.3102/00346543075004531

Summary: This article provides a brief review of schema theory as situated in literacy studies.

Article 2: Kreitz, C., Furley, P., Memmert, D., & Simons, D. J. (2016). The influence of attention set, working memory capacity, and expectations on inattentional blindness. Perception, 45(4), 386-399. doi:10.1177/0301006615614465

Summary: The authors hypothesize that greater working memory capacity might modulate the effect of attention sets on noticing because working memory is associated with the ability to focus attention selectively.

Article 3: Kristjánsson, Á. (2015). Reconsidering visual search. I-Perception, 6(6), doi:10.1177/2041669515614670

Summary: The visual search paradigm has had an enormous impact in many fields. A theme running through this literature has been the distinction between preattentive and attentive processing, which this author refers to as the two-stage assumption.