Attentional priorities and access to short-term memory: Parietal interactions

  title={Attentional priorities and access to short-term memory: Parietal interactions},
  author={C{\'e}line R. Gillebert and Mads Dyrholm and Signe Vangkilde and S\oren Kyllingsb{\ae}k and Ronald R. Peeters and Rik Vandenberghe},
The intraparietal sulcus (IPS) has been implicated in selective attention as well as visual short-term memory (VSTM). To contrast mechanisms of target selection, distracter filtering, and access to VSTM, we combined behavioral testing, computational modeling and functional magnetic resonance imaging. Sixteen healthy subjects participated in a change detection task in which we manipulated both target and distracter set sizes. We directly compared the IPS response as a function of the number of… CONTINUE READING


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