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Components of bottom-up gaze allocation in natural images
Recent research [Parkhurst, D., Law, K., & Niebur, E., 2002. Modeling the role of salience in the allocation of overt visual attention. Vision Research 42 (1) (2002) 107-123] showed that a model ofExpand
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What do we perceive in a glance of a real-world scene?
What do we see when we glance at a natural scene and how does it change as the glance becomes longer? We asked naive subjects to report in a free-form format what they saw when looking at brieflyExpand
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Space representation for eye movements is more contralateral in monkeys than in humans
Contralateral hemispheric representation of sensory inputs (the right visual hemifield in the left hemisphere and vice versa) is a fundamental feature of primate sensorimotor organization, inExpand
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Human Posterior Parietal Cortex Plans Where to Reach and What to Avoid
In this time-resolved functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) study, we aimed to trace the neuronal correlates of covert planning processes that precede visually guided motor behavior.Expand
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Components of bottom-up gaze allocation in natural scenes
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Motor Preparatory Activity in Posterior Parietal Cortex is Modulated by Subjective Absolute Value
Cortical motor planning is shaped by “subjective absolute value”: planning activity is strongly enhanced for large expected gains in subjects who believe they perform well; conversely, activity isExpand
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Manipulating stored phonological input during verbal working memory
Verbal working memory (vWM) involves storing and manipulating information in phonological sensory input. An influential theory of vWM proposes that manipulation is carried out by a central executiveExpand
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Planning goal-directed actions : fMRI correlates in humans and monkeys
In performing goal-directed actions, primates (humans and monkeys) flexibly select and plan appropriate behavioral responses. However, while a network of frontoparietal regions are traditionallyExpand