Different neuronal computations of spatial working memory for multiple locations within versus across visual hemifields.

@article{Matsushima2014DifferentNC,
  title={Different neuronal computations of spatial working memory for multiple locations within versus across visual hemifields.},
  author={Ayano Matsushima and Masaki Tanaka},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2014},
  volume={34 16},
  pages={5621-6}
}
Spatial working memory is one of the most studied cognitive functions, serving as a model system to decipher computational principles of the brain. Although neuronal mechanisms for remembering a single location have been well elucidated, little is known about memory for multiple locations. Here, we examined the activities of prefrontal neurons during monkeys remembered positions of one or two visual cue(s). When the two cues were presented across the left and right visual fields, neurons… CONTINUE READING
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