Distinct neural mechanisms of individual and developmental differences in VSTM capacity.

@article{Astle2014DistinctNM,
  title={Distinct neural mechanisms of individual and developmental differences in VSTM capacity.},
  author={Duncan E. Astle and Hannah Harvey and Mark Stokes and Hamid Reza Mohseni and Anna Christina Nobre and Gaia Scerif},
  journal={Developmental psychobiology},
  year={2014},
  volume={56 4},
  pages={601-10}
}
Our ability to maintain visuo-spatial information increases gradually through childhood and is highly variable across individuals, although the cognitive and neural mechanisms underpinning these differences in capacity are unknown. We presented participants with arrays of to-be-remembered items containing two targets, four targets, or two targets and two distracters. The participants were divided into three groups: (i) high-capacity adults; (ii) low-capacity adults; and (iii) typically… CONTINUE READING
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