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Neural correlates of dual task interference can be dissociated from those of divided attention: an fMRI study.
When people perform two tasks simultaneously, the tasks are often executed slower and with more errors than when they are carried out as single tasks. This is called dual task interference. WithExpand
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Somatotopy and Attentional Modulation of the Human Parietal and Opercular Regions
The somatotopical organization of the postcentral gyrus is well known, but less is known about the somatotopical organization of area 2, the somatosensory association areas in the postparietalExpand
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Somatosensory areas engaged during discrimination of steady pressure, spring strength, and kinesthesia
The aim of this study was to locate neuronal populations in the somatosensory areas engaged during discrimination of differences in: (1) static sustained pressure on the distal phalanx (PRESS); (2)Expand
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Visual recognition: Evidence for two distinctive mechanisms from a PET study
In this study, we examined the hypothesis that two distinct sets of cortical areas subserve two dissociable neurophysiological mechanisms of visual recognition. We posited that one such mechanismExpand
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Two mechanisms of protracted reaction times mediated by dissociable cortical networks
When people divide attention between two sensory modalities and respond rapidly to stimuli in either modality, the reaction times (RTs) are longer than when they selectively attend and respond to oneExpand
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Functional neuroimaging of dual task interference and divided attention
It is known that human subjects cannot perform two reaction time (RT) tasks as effi ciently as they would perform the constituent tasks individually. Increments of reaction times or error rates thatExpand