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Auditory Short-term Memory
Is the ability to remember auditory information over a brief period of time.
Is the conscious recall of the source and circumstances of a specific memory.
Is the ability to execute more than one action at a time, while paying attention to a few channels of information.
Is the ability to sort different visual and auditory stimuli so as to prioritize actions.
Is the level of sensitivity with which the hand and eye are synchronized.
Is the ability to ignore irrelevant stimuli or suppress irrelevant reactions while performing a task.
Is the ability to retrieve a word from our semantic lexicon and is considered to be a basic ability.
Is the ability to "think ahead", to mentally anticipate the correct way to execute a task.
Is the ability to retrieve information from the past and to recognize certain events, places or other information.
Is the ability to perceive and process a simple stimulus and respond to it.
Is a mental process during which people redirect their focused attention from one channel of information to another one.
Is the ability to hold a small amount of information in a readily, available state for a short period of time.
Is the ability to evaluate how things are arranged in space, and investigate their relations in the environment.
Is the ability to respond in a flexible and adaptive manner in order to keep up with the changes in the environment.
Is the ability to store and retrieve information which are non-verbal by nature.
Is the ability to interpret information from the effects of visible light reaching the eye.
Is the ability to actively find relevant information in our surroundings quickly and efficiently.
Visual Short-term Memory
Is the ability to temporarily retain a small amount of visual information.
Refers to the temporary storage and manipulation of the information necessary for complex cognitive tasks.
Width of Field of View
Corresponds to amount of information we receive from around when looking straight ahead.