Visual working memory modulates low-level saccade target selection: evidence from rapidly generated saccades in the global effect paradigm.

@article{Hollingworth2013VisualWM,
  title={Visual working memory modulates low-level saccade target selection: evidence from rapidly generated saccades in the global effect paradigm.},
  author={Andrew Hollingworth and Michi Matsukura and Steven J. Luck},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2013},
  volume={13 13},
  pages={4}
}
In three experiments, we examined the influence of visual working memory (VWM) on the metrics of saccade landing position in a global effect paradigm. Participants executed a saccade to the more eccentric object in an object pair appearing on the horizontal midline, to the left or right of central fixation. While completing the saccade task, participants maintained a color in VWM for an unrelated memory task. Either the color of the saccade target matched the memory color (target match), the… CONTINUE READING

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