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Subjects will be asked to remember 6 letters presented in a 2x3 matrix. Each trial begins with a central fixation point followed by the training set of 6 letters to remember, followed by a retention interval. After the retention interval, subjects are presented with a cue, either TOP or BOT, which instructs the participant to forget the 3 letters presented in the cued location (forget set). The remaining 3 letters consist of the memory set.
Definition contributed by JLi about two years ago

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Definition contributed by JLi about two years ago:Subjects will be asked to remember 6 letters presented in a 2x3 matrix. Each trial begins with a central fixation point followed by the training set of 6 letters to remember, followed by a retention interval. After the retention interval, subjects are presented with a cue, either TOP or BOT, which instructs the participant to forget the 3 letters presented in the cued location (forget set). The remaining 3 letters consist of the memory set. A central fixation point precedes the probe. Probes fall into three categories: 1) a letter that was in the memory set (positive), 2) a letter that was in the forget set (negative), and 3) a letter that was not in the initial training set (control). Subjects respond via key press, whether the probe was a positive probe or a forget/control probe.

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