Individual differences in working memory capacity are reflected in different ERP and EEG patterns to task difficulty.

@article{Dong2015IndividualDI,
  title={Individual differences in working memory capacity are reflected in different ERP and EEG patterns to task difficulty.},
  author={Shanshan Dong and Lynne M. Reder and Yuan Yao and Yuqiu Liu and Feiyan Chen},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={2015},
  volume={1616},
  pages={146-56}
}
This study examined whether there are neural markers of individual differences in working memory (WM) capacity and whether these differences are only manifest when performing a demanding WM task or at all levels of difficulty. Each subject's WM capacity was estimated using a modified digit span task prior to participation in an N-back task that varied difficulty from 1- to 4-back. While performing the N-back task, subjects wore scalp electrodes that allowed measurement of both event-related… CONTINUE READING
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