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J Neurosci. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2013 Feb 8.
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J Neurosci. 2012 Aug 8; 32(32): 10907–10914.
doi:  10.1523/JNEUROSCI.1450-12.2012

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The activity of FEF neurons during the object-based short-term memory task. A) Object DMS task: monkey fixates the small central spot. A sample image appears either inside of or opposite the FEF RF for 300ms (sample period). The monkey maintains fixation throughout a 1s delay (delay period) during which only the fixation spot remained on the screen. The match and nonmatch images appear at positions inside and opposite the RF, and the monkey saccades to the match to receive a reward (target period). The location of the match is randomized with respect to the sample image position. B) The response of example FEF neurons (top & bottom) to samples presented in the FEF RF (greens) or opposite the FEF RF (blues), when the match appeared in (light green, cyan) or opposite (dark green, navy) the FEF RF, aligned to sample image onset (left panel), target array onset (middle panel), and onset of the saccade (right panel). Lines and shading represent mean +- SEM. Black lines above the task epoch bars indicate time windows used for subsequent analysis.

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