An electrophysiological measure of access to representations in visual working memory.

@article{Eimer2010AnEM,
  title={An electrophysiological measure of access to representations in visual working memory.},
  author={Martin Eimer and Monika Kiss},
  journal={Psychophysiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={47 1},
  pages={
          197-200
        }
}
Previous research has demonstrated that the maintenance of visual information in working memory is associated with a sustained posterior contralateral negativity. Here we show that this component is also elicited during the spatially selective access to visual working memory. Participants memorized a bilateral visual search array that contained two potential targets on the left and right side. The task-relevant side was signalled by post-cues that were presented either 150 ms after array offset… CONTINUE READING
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