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Attentional orienting and memory are intrinsically bound, but their interaction has rarely been investigated. Here we introduce an experimental paradigm using naturalistic scenes to investigate how longterm memory can guide spatial attention and thereby enhance identification of events in the perceptual domain. In the task, stable memories of objects embedded within complex scenes guide spatial orienting. We compared the behavioral effects and neural systems of memory-guided orienting withdoi:10.1016/j.neuron.2006.01.021 pmid:16543137 fatcat:a75whnz4lza3zkvud5ihfi57vu