Cognition, Brain, & Behavior

Yaoda Xu Article in Nature Neuroscience

Yaoda Xu Article in Nature Neuroscience

December 1, 2015
Recent studies have provided conflicting accounts regarding where in the human brain visual short-term memory (VSTM) content is stored, with strong univariate fMRI responses being reported in superior intraparietal sulcus (IPS), but robust multivariate decoding being reported in occipital cortex. Given the continuous influx of information in everyday vision, VSTM storage under distraction is often required. We found that neither distractor presence nor predictability during the memory delay affected behavioral performance.

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