Electrical stimulation over human posterior parietal cortex selectively enhances the capacity of visual short-term memory.

Electrical stimulation over human posterior parietal cortex selectively enhances the capacity of visual short-term memory.
Related ArticlesElectrical stimulation over human posterior parietal cortex selectively enhances the capacity of visual short-term memory. J Neurosci. 2018 Nov 20;: Authors: Wang S, Itthipuripat S, Ku Y Abstract Visual short-term memory (VSTM) provides an online mental space for incoming sensory information to be temporally maintained in order to carry out complex behavioral tasks. Despite its essential functions, the capacity at which VSTM could maintain sensory information is limited (i.e., VSTM can hold only about 3-4 visual items at once). Moreover, the quality of sensory representation (i.e., precision) degrades as more information has to be maintained in VSTM. Correlational evidence ... read more
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