Autores: Mariana Caprio; Juliana Pardo Moura Campos Godoy; Cesar Galera.
In hte working memory model, phonological and visualpatial information are stored by separate and independient systems. Homewer, sometimes binding of visual and verbal information must occur. This study investiged whether these memory systems cooperate in the recall of spatial location of a stimulus defined by both types of information. Participants memorized the spatial locations in which name-and-face pairs were presented and either recalled the position of test stimulus that non-predicitvely contained either the visual or verbal information were present in the test stimulus.