Auditory Short-Term Memory Behaves Like Visual Short-Term Memory

@article{Visscher2007AuditorySM,
  title={Auditory Short-Term Memory Behaves Like Visual Short-Term Memory},
  author={Kristina M. Visscher and Elina Kaplan and Michael J. Kahana and Robert Sekuler},
  journal={PLoS Biology},
  year={2007},
  volume={5},
  pages={2177 - 2192}
}
Are the information processing steps that support short-term sensory memory common to all the senses? Systematic, psychophysical comparison requires identical experimental paradigms and comparable stimuli, which can be challenging to obtain across modalities. Participants performed a recognition memory task with auditory and visual stimuli that were comparable in complexity and in their neural representations at early stages of cortical processing. The visual stimuli were static and moving… CONTINUE READING