[visionlist] special issue on visual working memory

Olivers, C.N.L. c.n.l.olivers at vu.nl
Sun Nov 1 04:48:49 -04 2020

Dear all, to those interested, our special issue entitled Current Perspectives on Visual Working Memory is out, organized by Stefan van der Stigchel and myself.
It contains a series of theoretical and review papers reflecting on different parts of the field, and which can already be found online. See below for list of contents.
Check it out here: https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/pvis20/28/5-8

Thanks, best,
Chris Olivers

Future steps in visual working memory research
Christian N. L. Olivers and Stefan Van der Stigchel

The capacity of multiple-target search
Eduard Ort and Christian N. L. Olivers

A common neural network architecture for visual search and working memory
Andrea Bocincova, Christian N. L. Olivers, Mark G. Stokes and Sanjay G. Manohar

How visual working memory handles distraction: cognitive mechanisms and
electrophysiological correlates
Heinrich R. Liesefeld, Anna M. Liesefeld, Paul Sauseng, Simon N. Jacob and Hermann J. Müller

Memory for action: a functional view of selection in visual working memory
Anna Heuer, Sven Ohl and Martin Rolfs

Visual working memory and action: Functional links and bi-directional influences
Freek van Ede

An embodied account of visual working memory
Stefan Van der Stigchel

Theoretical distinction between functional states in working memory and their corresponding
neural states
Mark G. Stokes, Paul S. Muhle-Karbe and Nicholas E. Myers

Revisit once more the sensory storage account of visual working memory
Yaoda Xu

Neuroimaging and the localization of function in visual cognition
Bradley R. Postle and Qing Yu

Christian N. L. Olivers | Professor of Visual Cognition | Head of Cognitive Psychology | Faculty of Behavioural and Movement Sciences | Institute for Brain and Behaviour | Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam | A: Vd Boechorststraat 7, 1081 BT Amsterdam, room MF-C587 | T: +31 20 5988974

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