Some mechanisms of working memory may not be evident in the human EEG

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26 (6):732-732 (2003)
Ruchkin et al. use brain-activity data from healthy subjects to assess the physiological validity of a cognitive working memory model and to propose modifications. The conclusions drawn from this data are interesting and plausible, but they have limitations. Much of what is known about the neural mechanisms of working memory comes from single neuron recordings in animals, and it is currently not fully understood how these translate to scalp recordings of EEG.
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DOI 10.1017/S0140525X03260167
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