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Increases in alpha oscillatory power reflect an active retinotopic mechanism for distracter suppression during sustained visuospatial attention.
Human electrophysiological (EEG) studies have demonstrated the involvement of alpha band (8- to 14-Hz) oscillations in the anticipatory biasing of attention. In the context of visual spatialExpand
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A supramodal accumulation-to-bound signal that determines perceptual decisions in humans
In theoretical accounts of perceptual decision-making, a decision variable integrates noisy sensory evidence and determines action through a boundary-crossing criterion. Signals bearing these veryExpand
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The role of cingulate cortex in the detection of errors with and without awareness: a high‐density electrical mapping study
Error‐processing research has demonstrated that the brain uses a specialized neural network to detect errors during task performance but the brain regions necessary for conscious awareness of anExpand
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Internal and External Influences on the Rate of Sensory Evidence Accumulation in the Human Brain
We frequently need to make timely decisions based on sensory evidence that is weak, ambiguous, or noisy resulting from conditions in the external environment (e.g., a cluttered visual scene) orExpand
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Spatial attention modulates initial afferent activity in human primary visual cortex.
It is well established that spatially directed attention enhances visual perceptual processing. However, the earliest level at which processing can be affected remains unknown. To date, there hasExpand
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Uncovering the Neural Signature of Lapsing Attention: Electrophysiological Signals Predict Errors up to 20 s before They Occur
The extent to which changes in brain activity can foreshadow human error is uncertain yet has important theoretical and practical implications. The present study examined the temporal dynamics ofExpand
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The strength of anticipatory spatial biasing predicts target discrimination at attended locations: a high‐density EEG study
Cueing relevant spatial locations in advance of a visual target results in modulated processing of that target as a consequence of anticipatory attentional deployment, the neural signatures of whichExpand
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Steady-State VEP-Based Brain-Computer Interface Control in an Immersive 3D Gaming Environment
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This paper presents the application of an effective EEG-based brain-computer interface design for binary control in a visually elaborate immersive 3D game. Expand
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Response variability in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Evidence for neuropsychological heterogeneity
Response time (RT) variability is a common finding in ADHD research. RT variability may reflect frontal cortex function and may be related to deficits in sustained attention. The existence of aExpand
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The classic P300 encodes a build‐to‐threshold decision variable
The P300 component of the human event‐related potential has been the subject of intensive experimental investigation across a five‐decade period, owing to its apparent relevance to a wide range ofExpand
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