Special Issue "Sensory and Working Memory: Stimulus Encoding, Storage, and Retrieval"
A special issue of Vision (ISSN 2411-5150).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2021) | Viewed by 12981
Interests: neuro-engineering; vision; visual psychophysics; visual memory; attention; computational neuroscience
Human memory consists of three main distinct stores: sensory memory, short-term/working-memory, and long-term memory. In the last decade, there have been extensive studies on working memory in terms of its capacity, encoding (slot versus resource), stages, neural correlates, and how information is stored as a function of stimulus conditions. The goal of this issue is to bring together the most recent work in these related areas to offer a contemporary synthesis of our understanding of these memory stages and their operation in a single issue.
Dr. Haluk Öǧmen
Dr. Srimant Tripathy
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- sensory memory
- iconic memory
- working memory
- short-term memory