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Oscillatory Contributions to Working Memory and Attention

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Oscillatory Contributions to Working Memory and Attention

The objectives are articulated in the proposal's specific aims: Aim 1: To test the hypothesis that the cognitive control of unattended memory items (UMI) is implemented by the same frontoparietal mechanisms that control spatial and nonspatial attention. Aim 2: To test the hypothesis that the selection of visual stimuli, whether from the environment or from WM, is accomplished, in part, by the hijacking of low-frequency oscillatory dynamics that are fundamental to the waking-state physiology of the corticothalamic circuitry of the visual system. Aim 3: To test the hypothesis that the function of context binding contributes to delay-period activity of the posterior parietal cortex (PPC).

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Behavioral - working memory and attention

Behavioral tests of working memory and attention

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Oscillatory Contributions to Working Memory and Attention

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NCT03787134

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