Dissociable mechanisms underlying individual differences in visual working memory capacity

@article{Gulbinaite2014DissociableMU,
  title={Dissociable mechanisms underlying individual differences in visual working memory capacity},
  author={Rasa Gulbinaite and Addie Johnson and Ritske de Jong and Candice C. Morey and Hedderik van Rijn},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2014},
  volume={99},
  pages={197-206}
}
Individuals scoring relatively high on measures of working memory tend to be more proficient at controlling attention to minimize the effect of distracting information. It is currently unknown whether such superior attention control abilities are mediated by stronger suppression of irrelevant information, enhancement of relevant information, or both. Here we used steady-state visual evoked potentials (SSVEPs) with the Eriksen flanker task to track simultaneously the attention to relevant and… CONTINUE READING
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