The contribution of the luminance and opponent chromatic post-receptoral mechanisms to visual working memory

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Kosilo, M.;
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Visual Working Memory (visual WM) is an ability to encode and temporarily maintain visual information. There is some evidence that early perceptual processes make an important contribution to successful WM performance. However, perceptual contributions to WM are not yet... View more
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