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Effects of display and memory load on the event-related potentials during visual letter search combined with selection by color
This study investigated the effects of display and memory load on the event-related potentials (ERPs) in a visual letter search task combined with selection by color. ERPs were recorded from 10 adult subjects, when they were required to judge if test stimuli, which consisted of a horizontal array of five colored alphabets, contained target letters defined by shape and color. The results showed that the increase of display or memory load caused the enlargement of three different negativities.doi:10.4992/jjpsy.72.307 fatcat:twjkvu7kt5fq5mouxkxa3ch36i