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Visual short-term memory (VSTM) is a capacity-limited system for maintaining visual information across brief durations. Limits in the amount of information held in memory reflect processing constraints in the intraparietal sulcus (IPS), a region of the fronto-parietal network also involved in visual by: 9.
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In recent decades, research on spatial behavior has also nurtured the. This apparent discrepancy between the anatomy and the behavior may be due to the fact that the relation between anatomical and behavioral asymmetries is complex. Different cell populations can have different spatial properties from each other (i.e., lowpass or bandpass), which can lead to differential by: Symmetry, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal.
Dear Colleagues, Asymmetry of the brain and of behaviour is a characteristic of a wide range of vertebrate species, as shown by an increasing number of studies testing animals in the laboratory and in the natural environment.
Asymmetries of dogs’ visual sensory channels have been observed by studying their asymmetrical head-turning response Hemifield asymmetries in response to apparent movements book bidimensional visual stimuli presented during feeding behaviour.
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Prominent mainstream models of attention have characterised attention as reflecting competition between top-down goals and bottom-up salience. For example, ECP predicts T ∝ Dˆ1/3 for reaching movements (T=duration, D=reaching distance), and T ∝ Rˆ1/3Θ for circle-COSYNE 25 T-7 – T-8 drawing movements (R=radius, Θ= angular distance), which we confirmed in experiments.
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