Nelson A Roque

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Visual attention prioritizes processing of locations in space, and evidence also suggests that the benefits of attention can be shaped by the presence of objects (object-based attention). However, the prevalence of object-based attention effects has been called into question recently by evidence from a large-sampled study employing classic attention(More)
When something captures our attention, why does it do so? This topic has been hotly debated, with some arguing that attention is captured only by salient stimuli (bottom-up view) and others arguing capture is always due to a match between a stimulus and our goals (top-down view). Many different paradigms have provided evidence for 1 view or the other. If(More)
According to the FDA, over a million injuries occur each year in the United States due to medication errors. Furthermore, medication management is considered an Instrumental Activity of Daily Living (IADL), and inability to manage one's medications can threaten an individual's independence. These errors occur for a number of reasons, including similar(More)
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