Tomoya Kawashima

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Prominent theories of visual attention claim that the contents of visual working memory (VWM) can guide attention during visual search. This is supported by numerous experimental observations showing that information held in VWM automatically captures attention (e.g., Soto et al., 2008, Trends Cong Sci). Recently, Carlisle & Woodman (2011, Acta Psychol)(More)
Items in working memory guide visual attention toward a memory-matching object. Recent studies have shown that when searching for an object this attentional guidance can be modulated by knowing the probability that the target will match an item in working memory. Here, we recorded the P3 and contralateral delay activity to investigate how top-down knowledge(More)
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