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International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences
The ability to maintain information online beyond sensory stimulation is regarded as a key contribution of working memory to goaldirected behaviour. It is widely accepted that sustained neural activity is a key mechanism of stimulus maintenance, but it is unclear to what extent the neural generators of sustained activity change from stimulus-encoding to maintenance. Using eventrelated potentials in humans, we show that, in a delayed match-to-sample task, slow shifts over parieto-occipitaldoi:10.1016/b978-0-08-097086-8.56007-3 fatcat:vlpfqzkhjvdwvbswv4jfsxeuti