Active suppression of distractors that match the contents of visual working memory.

Abstract

The biased competition theory proposes that items matching the contents of visual working memory will automatically have an advantage in the competition for attention. However, evidence for an automatic effect has been mixed, perhaps because the memory-driven attentional bias can be overcome by top-down suppression. To test this hypothesis, the Pd component… (More)

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@article{Sawaki2011ActiveSO, title={Active suppression of distractors that match the contents of visual working memory.}, author={Risa Sawaki and Steven J. Luck}, journal={Visual cognition}, year={2011}, volume={19 7}, pages={956-972} }