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000147533 245__ $$aFeature fusion reveals slow and fast visual memories
000147533 269__ $$a2007
000147533 260__ $$bMassachusetts Institute of Technology Press$$c2007
000147533 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000147533 520__ $$aAlthough the visual system can achieve a coarse classification of its inputs in a relatively short time, the synthesis of qualia-rich and detailed percepts can take substantially more time. If these prolonged computations were to take place in a retinotopic space, moving objects would generate extensive smear. However, under normal viewing conditions, moving objects appear relatively sharp and clear, suggesting that a substantial part of visual short-term memory takes place at a nonretinotopic locus. By using a retinotopic feature fusion and a nonretinotopic feature attribution paradigm, we provide evidence for a relatively fast retinotopic buffer and a substantially slower nonretinotopic memory. We present a simple model that can account for the dynamics of these complementary memory processes. Taken together, our results indicate that the visual system can accomplish temporal integration of information while avoiding smear by breaking off sensory memory into fast and slow components that are implemented in retinotopic and nonretinotopic loci, respectively.
000147533 700__ $$aScharnowski, Frank
000147533 700__ $$aHermens, Frouke
000147533 700__ $$aKammer, Thomas
000147533 700__ $$aOğmen, Haluk
000147533 700__ $$g164642$$aHerzog, Michael H.$$0243629
000147533 773__ $$j19$$tJournal of cognitive neuroscience$$k4$$q632-41
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