Poster 150: Kobe Cornelison – Neural Processes of Encoding in Long-Term Memory, Visual Working Memory, and Attention

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Faculty mentor: Trafton Drew

Using EEG we explored the neural processes related to memory and visual attention in a subsequent memory paradigm. This study was unique as it was the first to be conducted using the same stimuli across multiple exposures. This essentially gives us an idea of how the encoding process for memory relates to other neural functions like visual attention.

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