Xiqian Lu

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Feature binding is a core concept in many research fields, including the study of working memory (WM). Over the past decade, it has been debated whether keeping the feature binding in visual WM consumes more visual attention than the constituent single features. Previous studies have only explored the contribution of domain-general attention or(More)
Holding biological motion (BM), the movements of animate entities, in working memory (WM) is important to our daily life activities. However, the neural substrates underlying the WM processing of BM remain largely unknown. Employing the functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) technique, the current study directly investigated this issue. We used(More)
Working memory mechanisms for binding have been examined extensively in the last decade, yet few studies have explored bindings relating to human biological motion (BM). Human BM is the most salient and biologically significant kinetic information encountered in everyday life and is stored independently from other visual features (e.g., colors). The current(More)
Holding biological motions (BM) - the movements of animate entities, in working memory (WM) is important to our daily social life. Previous studies have documented that there is a specific buffer dedicated to keeping BM in WM. However, no study has explored the attentional mechanism underlying maintaining BM in WM. Considering that it has been suggested(More)
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