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Recent evidence has suggested that relatively precise information about the location and visual form of a saccade target object is retained across a saccade. However, this information appears to be available for report only when the target is removed briefly, so that the display is blank when the eyes land. We hypothesized that the availability of precise(More)
The contribution of surface feature continuity to object-based inhibition of return (IOR) was tested in three experiments. Participants executed a saccade to a previously fixated or unfixated colored disk after the object had moved to a new location. Object-based IOR was observed as lengthened saccade latency to a previously fixated object. The consistency(More)
The use of high-dose intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG) has greatly increased in the last years. With broader use of immunoglobulin, the numbers of reported side effects are also growing. IVIG have also been used in the treatment of myocarditis and dilated cardiomyopathy. Here we reported a child with presumed acute myocarditis who has developed severe(More)
There is substantial debate over whether visual working memory (VWM) and visual attention constitute a single system for the selection of task-relevant perceptual information or whether they are distinct systems that can be dissociated when their representational demands diverge. In the present study, we focused on the relationship between visual attention(More)
Recommended Citation Tas, Ayse Caglar. "The role of visual stability in representations of pre-and post-saccadic objects." PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) thesis, v ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I would like thank my advisor Andrew Hollingworth for his invaluable comments and guidance throughout my long journey. I would not be where I am right now without your training. I(More)
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