The role of early visual areas in human working memory
Xing, Yue (2014) The role of early visual areas in human working memory. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
Evidence from recent studies suggested that visual areas (V1-V3) might be also actively involved in visually remembered features. The work presented in this thesis extended to other visual attributes, including motion coherence and contrast, with more detailed psychophysical and neuroimaging evidences to support the role of early visual areas in human visual working memory. The mnemonic characteristics of those visual traits were explored from temporal and spatial aspects using conventional psychophysical and functional brain imaging.
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