Readout From Iconic Memory and Selective Spatial Attention Involve Similar Neural Processes

@article{Ruff2007ReadoutFI,
  title={Readout From Iconic Memory and Selective Spatial Attention Involve Similar Neural Processes},
  author={Christian C. Ruff and {\'A}rni Kristj{\'a}nsson and Jon Driver},
  journal={Psychological Science },
  year={2007},
  volume={18},
  pages={901 - 909}
}
Iconic memory and spatial attention are often considered separately, but they may have functional similarities. Here we provide functional magnetic resonance imaging evidence for some common underlying neural effects. Subjects judged three visual stimuli in one hemifield of a bilateral array comprising six stimuli. The relevant hemifield for partial report was indicated by an auditory cue, administered either before the visual array (precue, spatial attention) or shortly after the array… CONTINUE READING

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