Working memory capacity and the antisaccade task: individual differences in voluntary saccade control.

@article{Unsworth2004WorkingMC,
  title={Working memory capacity and the antisaccade task: individual differences in voluntary saccade control.},
  author={Nash Unsworth and Josef C. Schrock and Randall W. Engle},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={2004},
  volume={30 6},
  pages={
          1302-21
        }
}
Performance on antisaccade trials requires the inhibition of a prepotent response (i.e., don't look at the flashing cue) and the generation and execution of a correct saccade in the opposite direction. The authors attempted to further specify the role of working memory (WM) span differences in the antisaccade task. They tested high- and low-span individuals on variants of prosaccade and antisaccade trials in which an eye movement is the sole requirement. In 3 experiments, they demonstrated the… CONTINUE READING

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